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Jamie Lovegrove is an editorial intern for National Journal. A native of Washington, D.C., Lovegrove is a rising junior at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. He has previously served as the political director of the Northwestern News Network, a legislative intern in the U.S. House of Representatives and a researcher on a congressional campaign.

Latest From Jamie Lovegrove

The Future of Campaign Finance Reform May Rest With Silicon Valley

The debate in Congress this week was a sideshow to a longer, well-funded fight.

Why One PAC Is Succeeding at Fighting Money in Politics Where Others Fell Short

Lawrence Lessig's Mayday PAC is just one in a group of political action committees set up to reduce the influence of money in politics. Here's why, so far, it's working.  

Could You Live on $77 a Week?

Minimum-wage advocates begin their 'Live the Wage' challenge

Congress Is Taking On the Escalating NCAA Crisis

A Senate committee grilled the college-sports president over mistreatment of student athletes.

The 10 Most and Least Googled U.S. House Members

Want to get a sense of how well-known members of Congress are outside of D.C.? Here's a look.

Iraqi Violence Has Restarted Bernie Sanders's Gas-Price Fight With Wall Street

The senator blames speculators for exploiting the conflict for big profits in the energy market.

Long-Shot Senate Candidate Offers to Give Away the American Dream

A Tennessee Republican is trying to get some attention in a crowded race.

Show More from Jamie Lovegrove

The Future of Campaign Finance Reform May Rest With Silicon Valley

The debate in Congress this week was a sideshow to a longer, well-funded fight.

Why One PAC Is Succeeding at Fighting Money in Politics Where Others Fell Short

Lawrence Lessig's Mayday PAC is just one in a group of political action committees set up to reduce the influence of money in politics. Here's why, so far, it's working.  

Could You Live on $77 a Week?

Minimum-wage advocates begin their 'Live the Wage' challenge

Congress Is Taking On the Escalating NCAA Crisis

A Senate committee grilled the college-sports president over mistreatment of student athletes.

The 10 Most and Least Googled U.S. House Members

Want to get a sense of how well-known members of Congress are outside of D.C.? Here's a look.

Iraqi Violence Has Restarted Bernie Sanders's Gas-Price Fight With Wall Street

The senator blames speculators for exploiting the conflict for big profits in the energy market.

Long-Shot Senate Candidate Offers to Give Away the American Dream

A Tennessee Republican is trying to get some attention in a crowded race.

Show More from Jamie Lovegrove