The justices consider whether barring public funds to religious schools is a type of illegal discrimination
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How a billionaire's son helped block a legal pot dispensary, and taking seriously the financial toll of primaries
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Over the last twelve months I published 79 pieces across fifteen outlets. Here are 13 stories I'm particularly proud of.
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This is a huge, busy week in Washington D.C., where House Democrats are looking to cram a bunch of votes in before lawmakers depart for the holiday sea…
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Over the last few years, more than a dozen state and local governments have filed lawsuits against fossil fuel companies—in attempts to hold them liabl…
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Over the past few months I’ve been working on a story about a new, under-the-radar, and pretty staggering problem public schools across the country hav…
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And getting get labor law reform through the House of Representatives
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D.C. Is Rapidly Gentrifying and the Fate of its Affordable Housing Hangs in the Balance
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Inspired by their students and the global youth climate strikes
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At the Intercept today I have a story about why organized labor is taking an interest in 26-year-old Jessica Cisneros, who is mounting a primary challe…
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Elizabeth Warren, known for her many campaign plans, has been getting dinged by critics for not having a plan out yet on public education. Today she pu…
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Morgan Harper rakes it in, and a fight over sexual misconduct data in D.C schools
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