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Posts Tagged ‘Jane Norman’

CQ Editor Taps Feet Three Times, Returns Home to Kansas

As we write this, the Toto metaphors are coming on very strong and we’re going to try to resist from telling you that a certain editor at CQ News Editor is following the yellow brick road.

Oh, but she is. She’s off to see the wizard!

Caitlin Hendel, who heads up CQ‘s health and agriculture coverage is packing up and moving home to Kansas. Jane Norman will replace her as interim editor. The good news for aspiring editors: They’re hiring.

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CQ Weekly: The Cover

CQ Weekly Mag is out today.

The highlights of this week’s issue…

In his cover story, Frank Oliveri writes that the military’s many and varied missions are unlikely to change, or even prompt much debate in Congress or at the Pentagon. In “The Power of Inertia.” David Harrison predicts the result from the super committee is a deeper distrust of Congress. And Jane Norman previews how the the Supreme Court decision on President Obama‘s health care law will affect Medicaid and many other federal mandates. See the cover story on public.cq.com later in the week.

New Hires At CQ

CQ Editor Mike Riley has a few new hires to announce this afternoon. Maura Reynolds joins CQ as a senior editor from the Washington bureau of the LA Times and Dayo Akinwande, previously at Morningside Partners, was named CQ Transcripts editor today.

Riley’s internal email announcing a few more future changes after the jump…

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Another DC Bureau Suffers

From the Iowa Independent:

    Sources inside The Des Moines Register have confirmed, and the local business journal has reported, that farm editor Jerry Perkins and features writer Ken Fuson have asked for and received buyouts, becoming the first of what will be 15 jobs to be eliminated today from within the paper’s newsroom.

    Sources have also confirmed that Jane Norman, a member of the paper’s Washington, D.C., bureau for 20 years, has been laid off and will receive a severance package.

Read the rest here.