Sabrina Shankman


Sabrina Shankman was an intern at ProPublica. A graduate of UC Berkeleyâs Graduate School of Journalism, she has written for the Wall Street Journal and the Associated Press, and was a researcher on PBS/Frontline's "Black Money" documentary. Her work has also appeared in the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times and the San Francisco Chronicle. Before attending graduate school, she was a crime reporter at the Taunton Daily Gazette in Massachusetts. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism from New York University.

What Health Care Reform Means for: ‘Young Invincibles’

Young people often forgo insurance coverage. Reform bills would no longer allow that, but what insurance they could get and how differ in each proposal.

In Colorado, the Haves Get a Little Bit More

Gloves Up! It’s Stimulus, Round 2

More Picking at Those Stimulus Job Numbers

What Health Care Reform Means for: Medicaid Recipients

States have wide leeway in determining who is eligible for Medicaid and how well they are covered. The health reform bills in Congress would eliminate many of the disparities from state to state, making access easier for many people.

A Smackdown Over the CBO’s Stim Report

Money on Top of Money

What Health Care Reform Means for: The Underinsured

Americans without group health insurance often face high out-of-pocket costs on the plans they buy on their own. A look at how the health reform bills in Congress would bring down those costs for one couple in Texas.

Cash for Clunkers? Nope -- Cash for Caulkers

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