Specializes in: Government, Politics, Policy, Campaigns and Elections
Based on Capitol Hill, Matt Laslo is a freelance reporter who has been covering Congress, the White House and the Supreme Court for more than five years. While he has filed stories for more than 40 local NPR stations, his work has also appeared in The Atlantic, Campaigns and Elections Magazine, The Chattanooga Times Free Press, National Public Radio, The Omaha World-Herald, and Washingtonian Magazine.
Since 2009 he’s sat on the board at the Regional Reporters Association where he helps represent the dwindling numbers of regional reporters based in Washington. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and a Master of Arts degree in Government and Public Policy from Johns Hopkins University (cum laude).
Last updated: 10/18/2016 ()