In honor of Women’s History Month, Editor-in-Chief Celine Castronuovo, Co-Opinions Editor Samantha Millar, politics writer Victoria Makanjuola and industry writer Abi Cole sit down to discuss the importance of women in media, the legacy of Cokie Roberts, the first female political cartoonist of color for
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Did the Dems blink in the shutdown showdown?