Copy Desk Daily, May 31, 2019

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"The commitment is, 'I won't leave you.' We are walking each other home." Heather Adams reports from Los Angeles: California initiative aims to transform care for dying 

Read letters to the editor in response to NCR's recent editorial, "Extremist attitudes on abortion get us nowhere."

Robert Mueller's statement and the injustice that won't go away: "The Russian government's interference in the election violated the right to self-determination of the American people," writes David DeCosse. "The Trump campaign's eager embrace of that interference made the campaign both indifferent to and complicit in this profound political injustice."

For years, Michael Sean Winters held Sen. Lindsey Graham in high esteem, despite disagreeing with Graham on many issues. Then came Donald Trump.

I've been watching "Fleabag" on Amazon. It's a funny, raunchy rollercoaster about being human. Tom Reese takes issue with a character from Season 2. Heed his spoiler warning; Reese gives away the central plots of both seasons, but this is a solid follow-up piece once you've finished the show.

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