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Articles by Laura McGann

Laura McGann is a former assistant editor at the Lab. She was the founding managing editor, and later editor, of the nonprofit national news and politics site The Washington Independent. Before that she covered, among other things, Alaska political scandal for TPMMuckraker. Laura is currently a deputy managing editor for news at Politico.
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