AP News — Administration pauses enforcement of abortion restriction
The Trump administration is giving taxpayer-funded family planning clinics more time to comply with its new rule that says they no longer can refer women for abortions.

The Hill — Oregon students able to take ‘mental health day’ under new bill
The bill, signed last month by Gov. Kate Brown (D), will give students the ability to take up to five excused absences in a three-month span for mental health reasons.

Politico — Migrant mental health crisis spirals in ICE detention facilities
One estimate puts the number of detainees with mental illnesses between 3,000 and 6,000. Some advocates and lawyers who work with migrants in the facilities say it’s probably more.

Newsweek — States with more gun owners have more murders in the home, women most common victims
Gun-related deaths in the U.S. are rising, and the authors of a study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine wanted to examine the links between gun ownership and rates of domestic and non-domestic shootings.

Washington PostDrug company executives said they didn’t contribute to the opioid epidemic. Nearly 2,000 communities say otherwise.
A previously secret Drug Enforcement Administration database made public on Monday shows that those five companies distributed 35 billion doses of oxycodone and hydrocodone from 2006 through 2012 across the nation.