Informed Weekend: 10 Links I Learned From This Week (Vol. 23)

Here are the ten(ish) links I learned from this week:

  1. Presidential Election Update
    1. Bernie wins West Virginia
    2. Trump wins West Virginia and Nebraska
  2. Only 4.7% of eligible voters have so far cast a vote for Donald Trump (Vox)
  3. The controversy over Donald Trump’s tax returns, explained (Vox)
    1. Further Reading: What We Can Learn from Donald Trump’s Unreleased Tax Returns (The Upshot)
  4. Who does (and does not) support Trump
    1. Conventional Wisdom: Donald Trump’s Messy GOP (FiveThirtyEight)
    2. GOP voters picked Trump. Party leaders aren’t falling in line. Here’s why that’s surprising. (The Washington Post)
    3. Paul Ryan Signals His Surrender (The Atlantic)
    4. A Republican Truce in the Making? (The Atlantic)
  5. A Legal Victory Against Obamacare – For Now (The Atlantic)
  6. Wonder why prisons stay full when crime goes down? Here’s the real reason. (The Washington Post)
  7. The 21 greatest graduation speeches of the last 60 years (Vox)
  8. Would Clinton really appoint a cabinet that’s half women and half men? (The Washington Post)
  9. Can Trump Win a Data-Free Campaign? (The Atlantic)

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