And a look at housing protections for LGBTQ Americans
Hello! 👋 I have been meaning to send out an update sooner, but April and now May has slipped away more quickly than I expected, so I apologize for…
I don’t like to send out emails saying, “[x] is a major crisis!” because I worry the news industry does this too much for things that are not actually…
From early November through the end of February I worked on this piece for The New Republic’s April issue and yesterday it went online. I set out to…
And corporate PACS are trying to rebrand as "Employee PACs" 😳
Yesterday was a very exciting day — Vox.com announced that I would be joining them next month as a senior reporter covering domestic social policy. It’s…
Hello, hello! I hope you’re having a good February. I have three stories to share with you today. The first one is a little profile of Rohit Chopra, the…
Politicians and school districts want to avoid another polarized pandemic fight. But not requiring the shots could strengthen anti-vaxxers and threaten…
And a look at educators organizing against "anti-CRT" laws
The end of the year is always a rare time for me to pause and consider what I’ve been doing, and what I should be doing. I’ve also been spending time…
I know last week I said I was sharing my last story of 2021, but then a piece I thought was coming out in January went up today, so one final one to…
The case for Medicare Advantage reform, and non-citizen voting in NYC becomes law