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Lucia Graves is a staff correspondent for National Journal. Previously she was a political reporter for The Huffington Post, where she covered energy, Congress and the 2012 presidential campaign. Before that, she was a book project instructor with 826 DC. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, Columbia Journalism Review, Washingtonian magazine and more.

Latest From Lucia Graves

How Paid Sick Leave Emerged as a Democratic Strong Suit

It didn't happen in Washington.

Abortion-Rights Advocates Hopeful GOP Abortion-Bill Revolt Signals Sea Change

But the debate may hinge more on the question of rape.

Obama's Betting Against the Midterms on Women's Rights

Obama's pitch for equal pay, and the reaction from Republicans, hints at where the policy fight may be headed this year.

Who Said It: Obama or Jed Bartlet?

This quiz from last night's State of the Union will have you thinking they're the same person.

Republicans Will Mark the Anniversary of Roe v. Wade By Voting on Abortion Bans

Legislation that would ban abortion after 20 weeks is in the works.

Why the Golden Globes' Bill Cosby Moment Matters

The Bill Cosby rape humor at Golden Globes was deeply uncomfortable—and that's exactly the point.

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