Late last fall my plane touched down at National Airport in Washington, I turned on my phone and there was an interview request from a reporter at NPR interested in… Read more »
Article Topic: Unsettled
Don Gellers, victim of state sponsored conspiracy, receives full, posthumous pardon in Maine
In a 31-part Portland Press Herald series on the Passamaquoddy tribe’s epic struggles with Maine, “Unsettled,” I told the story of Donald Gellers, the idealistic young attorney who, in the… Read more »
Will Maine issue a pardon to the late tribal attorney Don Gellers?
Last week I covered the extraordinary pardon hearing for the late Don Gellers, the Passmaquoddy tribe’s first attorney, who represented them successfully in matters ranging from racial discrimination in barber… Read more »
John Hickenlooper’s time Down East in 1970
A few years ago, I was in Denver writing this POLITICO story on how the city built a metro-wide light rail system from scratch, a story that led to my… Read more »