Laurel Rosenhall | KCET
Laurel covers California politics for CALmatters, with a focus on power and personalities in the statehouse. She joined CALmatters after more than a dozen years as a reporter for the Sacramento Bee, where she covered the influence of lobbyists on state government. Previously, she covered education for the Sacramento Bee, winning awards for stories that exposed unintended consequences of standardized testing and revealed abuses in the teacher pension system. Laurel is a native Californian and holds a master’s degree from the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley.
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Lavish bash for California politicians and lobbyists gets a #MeToo makeover
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