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Stephanie Stamm

News Artist

sstamm@nationaljournal.com

Stephanie Stamm is a news artist at National Journal. Prior to joining the magazine, Stamm held internships at The Seattle Times, the Florida Times-Union and Indianapolis Monthly. She was raised in Westfield, Indiana and graduated from Ball State University with degrees in Journalism Graphics and Visual Communication.

Latest From Stephanie Stamm

Ohio Will Recognize Same-Sex Marriages, Adding to National Momentum

A decade after 11 states banned gay marriage, gay-rights advocates are gaining ground over their opponents.

The World Wide Web Turns 25

A retrospective as the Web hits the quarter-century mark.

The Rise of Professional Women

Women now outpace men in every type of postsecondary degree conferred.

You Don't Have to Live in a Snowy State to Be a Winter Olympian

But it helps, according to this map.

Why the Land Line Is About to Die

Phone companies, along with the feds, are leading phone lines to their shallow graves.

Where Obamacare Is Succeeding… and Where It’s Falling Short

With two months to go, exchange enrollment is uneven—and breaks sharply along partisan lines.

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Ohio Will Recognize Same-Sex Marriages, Adding to National Momentum

A decade after 11 states banned gay marriage, gay-rights advocates are gaining ground over their opponents.

The World Wide Web Turns 25

A retrospective as the Web hits the quarter-century mark.

The Rise of Professional Women

Women now outpace men in every type of postsecondary degree conferred.

You Don't Have to Live in a Snowy State to Be a Winter Olympian

But it helps, according to this map.

Why the Land Line Is About to Die

Phone companies, along with the feds, are leading phone lines to their shallow graves.

Where Obamacare Is Succeeding… and Where It’s Falling Short

With two months to go, exchange enrollment is uneven—and breaks sharply along partisan lines.

Show More from Stephanie Stamm