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Stephanie Mencimer

Stephanie Mencimer is a contributing editor of The Washington Monthly magazine and a fellow at the Alicia Patterson Foundation. Previously she has worked as a senior writer at the Washington City Paper, an investigative reporter for The Washington Post, and a staff writer for Legal Times. A native of Ogden, Utah, and a graduate of the University of the Oregon School of Journalism, Mencimer is the recipient of the 2000 Harry Chapin Media Award for reporting on hunger and poverty, and was a 2003 finalist for a National Magazine Award in the public interest category and the winner of a George Polk Award for magazine reporting. Her articles have appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Mother Jones, New Republic, Legal Affairs, and other national publications.



Questions that need to be asked about tort reform and medical malpractice
ASK THIS | January 06, 2005
President Bush has begun his drive for tort reform, putting the best face on it. But if he is successful, there might be some alarming results.

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