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ND makes the grade in a national report evaluating public school support; SCOTUS justices express free speech concerns about GOP-backed social media laws; NH "kids on campus" program boosts retention; proposed law bans hemp sales to Hoosiers younger than 21.

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The Supreme Court hears arguments on whether social media can restrict content. Biden advisors point to anti-democracy speeches at CPAC, and the President heads to the US-Mexico border appealing to voters on immigration and border issues.

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David meets Goliath in Idaho pesticide conflict, to win over Gen Z voters, candidates are encouraged to support renewable energy and rural America needs help from Congress to continue affordable internet programs.

Laura Rosbrow-Telem

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Laura is a radio and print journalist with pieces on Radiolab, Foreign Policy, the Atlantic, the Jerusalem Post, Business Insider, the Next Web, Mic, and Geektime, as well as WSKG and NPR. She is currently a co-host of PNS' politics newscast 2021 Talks.


Honors and Awards: New York State Broadcasters Association (NYSBA) Award for Outstanding Public Affairs Program or Series (2019)

Languages Spoken: English, Hebrew.

Topic Expertise: Health and science, national politics, social issues, mental health, international reporting.

Local Expertise: Based in Berkeley, CA. I used to cover the Northeast/New England.

Location: Berkeley, CA

Demographic Expertise: Israel/the Middle East.

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Special YES!/PNS Report - George Floyd Anniversary & Reimagining Public Safety

Atlanta-based journalist Anoa Changa and Laura Rosbrow-Telem out of Oakland, CA reported and produced this special report with YES! Magazine and …

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More than Half of NH Nursing Homes Need More PPE

CONCORD, N.H. -- More than 91,000 people have died from COVID-19 in long-term care facilities, a sobering fact to which AARP is urging policymakers …

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Utility Moratorium Ends, Partly to Help Some Low-Income Mainers

AUGUSTA, Maine -- The Maine Public Utilities Commission (MPUC) is ending its emergency moratorium on utility disconnections due to COVID-19. But …

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NH Only Legislature that Flipped in 2020. But Why?

CONCORD, N.H. -- The New Hampshire Legislature is the only state congress in this year's election to flip parties, going from all Democratic to …

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ACA Enrollment Still Open, Despite Supreme Court Hearing

AUGUSTA, Maine -- Many lower-income Mainers are anxiously anticipating the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on the future of the Affordable Care Act…

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What Went Wrong with Polling in 2020? A Look at Maine

WATERVILLE, Maine -- How did polling organizations get the margins so wrong, again? And in Maine, how did they miss Republican Sen. Susan Collins' …

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Poll: 80% of Registered Young Voters "Definitely Voting"

CONCORD, N.H. -- Among young voters, 8 of 10 in battleground states say they "definitely" plan on voting, according to a new poll from NextGen …

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MA Company Analyzes Wastewater for Early COVID Detection

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - As novel coronavirus cases climb, Cambridge-based tech startup Biobot is looking at an early clue lurking underground - sewage…

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Many Maine Doctors See Climate Change Hurting Health

PORTLAND, Maine -- Many Maine medical professionals are concerned about the impact of climate change on public health, including COVID-19. More than …

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50-Plus Voters' Issues in Focus as AARP Interviews Biden, Trump

CONCORD, N.H. - Older voters may not be the only ones curious about how the major presidential candidates see the priorities of people over age 50…

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