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Michael Grabell covers economic and labor issues for ProPublica. He has produced stories for the New York Times, USA Today, NPR and the CBS Evening News. His investigative work has included stories on the TSA, the Lance Armstrong doping allegations, chemicals stored near schools and neighborhoods, and a bus fire that killed 23 nursing home patients. Before joining ProPublica, Grabell was a reporter at The Dallas Morning News. He is the author of "Money Well Spent?," a book about President Obama’s stimulus package and his efforts to revive the economy from the Great Recession.

Articles (page 9 of 13)

In the States, a Stimulus Road Race

In a City With a (Barely Beating) Heart, Recovery Awaits

In a City With a (Barely Beating) Heart, Recovery Awaits

States Receiving Transportation Stimulus Funding at Their Own Speed

Morning Cup: To Lay Off or Not to Lay Off?

Morning Cup: Fact Checking the 2000th Stimulus Project

Rural Broadband Stimulus Program Slammed in Gov’t Report

Morning Cup: 2000th Stimulus Project

Morning Cup: Reducing Diesel, Increasing Radars

Feds Push Back Deadline on Stimulus Bill Reports

Morning Cup: Problems in Housing and Sacramento

Morning Cup: Dams and Yankees

Morning Cup: OMB Issues New Stimulus Guidance

Morning Cup: Data for Dollars

Morning Cup of Stimulus: Bridges to Nowhere?

Morning Cup of Stimulus: Jindal vs. the Volcano Part Deux

Morning Cup of Stimulus: It’s Not Easy Being Green

Where Fantasy Meets Reality in the Stimulus

What Is the Recovery and Transparency Board Doing?

Contracting Fraud: A Glossary

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