Tag Archives: Washington

15 Years In: WWAMI Program Produces Wyoming Doctors Who Settle In the State (July 20, 2012)

Wyomingites have limited access to healthcare, especially to family doctors. The state’s population is so small and dispersed, that the the entire state, even the cities, is considered a rural area. The University of Wyoming already offers a pretty incredible … Continue reading

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Day in the Life: Taxpayer Advocate (April 11-12, 2009)

For this freelance piece, Marketplace Money sent me to the IRS to interview the national taxpayer advocate about her job. I asked her about the purpose for her position, public perception, and her pay scale. American Public Media edited and … Continue reading

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Embassy [Skid] Row (June 20, 2008)

This was the first piece I filed for the BBC/Public Radio International show “The World.” Some foreign embassies across Washington, DC were falling into disrepair. Wealthier countries had lovely diplomatic offices, many of which hosted thriving social scenes. But poorer … Continue reading

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