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Nora Caplan-Bricker

Staff Correspondent

ncaplan-bricker@nationaljournal.com

Nora Caplan-Bricker is a Staff Correspondent for National Journal Magazine. She was previously a staff writer at The New Republic, and her work has also appeared in New York and POLITICO Magazine. Nora is a graduate of Yale University.

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Beyond Mine Craft

A bipartisan bill from Reps. David McKinley and Peter Welch aims to help laid-off miners and other coal-dependent workers learn new trades.

Mad About Low Voter Turnout? Get Even.

Holding local elections in even-numbered years could increase turnout and save money. 

The Bipartisan Border-Abuse Bill Congress Is Ignoring

Ethics in a "Constitution-free zone."

Is John Hickenlooper's Brand Self-Destructing?

In a country clamoring for independent-spirited politicians who disdain politics as usual, Colorado's governor seems to fit the bill. So why is his political life in peril?

Mr. Death Penalty

Meet capital punishment's chief defender

Voters Are Less Sexist Than You Think

Did gender really play a role in Christine Quinn's New York City mayoral primary loss? 

The Rehabilitation of Martha Coakley

She was the most vilified politician in America. Four years later, she's on the brink of a remarkable comeback. What it took was more than grit.

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Beyond Mine Craft

A bipartisan bill from Reps. David McKinley and Peter Welch aims to help laid-off miners and other coal-dependent workers learn new trades.

Mad About Low Voter Turnout? Get Even.

Holding local elections in even-numbered years could increase turnout and save money. 

The Bipartisan Border-Abuse Bill Congress Is Ignoring

Ethics in a "Constitution-free zone."

Is John Hickenlooper's Brand Self-Destructing?

In a country clamoring for independent-spirited politicians who disdain politics as usual, Colorado's governor seems to fit the bill. So why is his political life in peril?

Mr. Death Penalty

Meet capital punishment's chief defender

Voters Are Less Sexist Than You Think

Did gender really play a role in Christine Quinn's New York City mayoral primary loss? 

The Rehabilitation of Martha Coakley

She was the most vilified politician in America. Four years later, she's on the brink of a remarkable comeback. What it took was more than grit.

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