In this issue of The Texas Observer : "The Disappeared": Genetic genealogy is helping crack cold cases and identify nameless victims. The process is effective—and controversial; "The Traveling Midwife": In far West Texas, some lifeline for incarcerated women have to travel hours to give birth, endangering themselves and their babies. Could midwives help fill in the gap?; "Locked Out": Visitation is a critical lifeline for incarcerated people, yet some families say they have been banned from seeing loved ones over petty or unproven claims of misconduct; "Texotics": Exotic animals are big business in Texas.
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