Corbin Hiar

The Center for Public Integrity

Before joining the Center for Public Integrity, Corbin worked as the D.C. bureau news editor at The Huffington Post and as a reporting editor at PBS MediaShift. He has written for Mother Jones, The New Republic, The Economist, The Nation, and UN Dispatch among other publications. A proud native of Minnesota, Corbin graduated from Bowdoin College with a coordinate major in international relations and environmental studies. As an undergrad, he was a manager at a Maine community radio station. Hiar left the Center in 2012.

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Q&A with the man some call "the next EPA administrator" if Romney wins the White House.

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