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Politico‘s Policy Lunches at Dem Convention

Politico will feature newsmakers at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte in the form of policy lunches. They will discuss the economy, energy and healthcare and hopefully this will be less boring than it sounds.

Lunch begins at noon. They will be showcased the “Politico Hub” (222 S. Church Street) and streamed on Politico.com. The fare doesn’t sound half bad. “No boxed lunches!” remarked a member of Politico‘s Event’s team. “Fresh sandwiches like herb encrusted pesto chicken sandwich with spiced aioli on fresh ciabatta bread.”

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CQ Roll Call Adds Two Reporters

CQ Executive Editor Susan Benkelman announced yesterday the addition of two new staff writers to the CQ social policy team.  Joanne Kenen, a senior writer in health policy for the New America Foundation, will join the publication on May 2 to cover health care.  She is a former Reuters reporter and held Kaiser Family Foundation media fellowship from 2006-2007.

In addition,  David Harrison, a writer for Stateline.org, will join CQ to cover retirement issues including Social Security, pensions and other related policy development. David has been with Stateline since September 2009 and before that wrote for the Roanoke Times and the Connection Newspapers in Virginia.  Harrison’s first day is May 9.

Congrats to David and Joanne!