How to Cover Money Episode 33: Finding and Using Census Data in your Storiesby Megan Calcote November 16, 2016
Brandon Quester and Evan Wyloge of the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting share their tips for finding and using census data. Quester and Wyloge originally shared these tips during Reynolds Week 2016.
Megan Calcote hosts the podcast series.
To read the AZCIR’s four-part investigation on hazardous chemicals, click below:
- Poor oversight cited in Texas ammonium nitrate blast mirrored in Arizona
- U.S. oversight of ammonium nitrate insufficient, GAO says
- 2.8 million Arizonans live within vulnerable zones from toxic chemical leaks
- Federal report recommends overhaul of U.S. chemical safety oversight
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