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Amy Biegelsen

American University Fellow  The Center for Public Integrity

Amy Biegelsen won the Virginia Press Association’s 2009 and 2011 Best in Show Award for a feature portfolio, and a collection of health and environmental stories. She is the recipient of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association’s Excellence in Journalism prize for a story on children’s mental health issues and is a two-time finalist for the Livingston Award for Young Journalists. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Chicago.

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The fabulously rich members of Congress

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