Laurie McGinley

Laurie McGinley, Editor In Chief, spent 27 years at The Wall Street Journal, covering and editing a wide range of domestic policy beats, including health care policy, the Food and Drug Administration, economics, transportation, urban affairs and the Supreme Court. She served as an assistant Washington bureau chief for domestic policy and, immediately before joining Kaiser Health News, was deputy bureau chief at the WSJ for global economics. She was part of a WSJ reporting team that won a Pulitzer Prize in 1997 for AIDS coverage and another team that was a Pulitzer finalist for a series of stories that examined health care rationing and the U.S. health care system. | Contact: