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Fog of Storm Recovery Revives Calls for MLGW Transparency

As Memphis’ public utility was restoring the power grid this month, reporters noted that some ethics policies had not been followed.

Fog of Storm Recovery Revives Calls for MLGW Transparency

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Fog of Storm Recovery Revives Calls for MLGW Transparency

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Christopher Blank, The Institute’s Senior Producer, is News Director at WKNO-FM and a contributor to NPR. Before public radio, he worked for The Commercial Appeal, the St. Petersburg Times and was a special publications editor for Florida Trend magazine. In addition to numerous awards for reporting, he is an Annenberg-Getty Arts Journalism Fellow, a two-time NEA Arts Journalism Fellow, and a recipient of the Germantown Arts Alliance’s Arts and Humanities Medal. In his spare time, he produces the annual Tennessee Williams Tribute, a theater festival, in Columbus, Miss. 

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