Staff Writer at #Stateline, formerly @nationaljournal. Brit writing about America. Tweets are my own; RTs/MTs aren't endorsements.

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Sophie Quinton writes about fiscal and economic policy for Stateline. Previously, she wrote for National Journal, where she covered everything from the White House to demographic change. She has a bachelor’s degree from Yale University.

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@squinton_states — 1,317 followers, 6,509 tweets

Sep 21, 2017

“It now takes about $50 just to pay the taxes for the land a cow grazes. That’s more than I make on her calf."  http://bit.ly/2wJsrqp 

Sep 20, 2017

AZ Attorney General Mark Brnovich explains why he sued the state board of regents for charging higher tuition  http://bit.ly/2xRu6z8 

Sep 20, 2017

Young people may be less interested in dating, driving or getting jobs because they no longer need to be" https://t.co/6WRL6bgL6o https://t.co/RB1mlYWNx4

Sep 20, 2017

U.S. states as a group have promised hundreds of billions more in retiree health benefits than they have saved up  http://on.wsj.com/2fzLldu 

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