Editorial and Syndication Coordinator
Laura Colarusso has been with GlobalPost since January of 2014 and, in that time, has worked in a variety of capacities including as a reporter and on the social media desk. Prior to joining GlobalPost, she worked as a reporter at Newsweek and The Daily Beast where she covered campaign finance and immigration reform. Her work has also appeared in Time, The Boston Globe, the Washington Monthly, Money, PBS NewsHour and New Jersey Monthly Magazine. Colarusso has a master's degree in political journalism from Columbia Journalism School.
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You won't give us guns, we don't want your chicken.
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