Lindsay Beyerstein

Lindsay Byerstein writes about health care for the Media Wire project. She is a freelance investigative journalist and photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. Her reporting has appeared in Salon, Slate, In These Times, AlterNet, Reproductive Health Reality Check, the New York Press and Raw Story. Her photojournalism has been published in TIME Magazine.

Lindsay covered the 2008 election for Firedoglake’s Campaign Silo. She received a 2009 Project Censored Real News Award for her reporting on homeland security and civil liberties. In 2007 she delivered the Norman E. Richardson lecture at the University of Gettysburg on journalism and philosophy. She covered the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 with the help of a grant from the Rappaport Foundation.

Lindsay Beyerstein
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Apr 13, 2011

Weekly Pulse: Paul Ryan's Medicare swindle

Lindsay Beyerstein
Robert Parry in In These Times examines how Paul Ryan's budget test would turn health care for the elderly into one big free-market death panel.
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Mar 23, 2011

Weekly Pulse: Vermont poised to pass single-payer

Lindsay Beyerstein
Vermont is poised to abolish most forms of private health insurance. The state's newly inaugurated Democratic governor, Peter Shumlin, unveiled his health insurance plan in early February.

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