Description:

Our experienced, nonpartisan journalists analyze key state issues for policy leaders and opinion-makers. We combine original reporting with a roundup of the latest state news from sources around the country. Subscribe to our daily news service at www.stateline.org.

Begun:

1999

Website:http://www.stateline.org/live/
Office Location:901 E St. N.W., 10th Floor Washington, DC
Structure:

A project of the Pew Center on the States

Founder:

Ed Fouhy

Executive Director:

Alan Ehrenhalt

Approximate number of full-time staff:

11

Number with prior professional journalism experience:

11

Annual operating budget:

Approximately $2 million

Annual salaries posted, or accessible via 990 form:

Yes (Stateline is a project of The Pew Charitable Trusts, which includes certain salary information both on its annual IRS Form 990 and at www.pewtrusts.org)

Editorial/ethics policy statement:

Yes (Stateline includes an editorial/ethics policy statement under “About Us” at www.stateline.org. The Pew Charitable Trusts’ Code of Ethics is available at http://www.pewtrusts.org/about_us_code_of_ethics.aspx)

Diversity statement:

Yes (as stated in its Code of Ethics, Pew is fair and inclusive in its hiring and promotion policies and practices for all staff positions)

IRS 990 form posted on website:

Yes (Stateline is a project of The Pew Charitable Trusts, which includes certain salary information both on its annual IRS Form 990 and at www.pewtrusts.org)

Major donors disclosed:

Yes

INN Member:

No

Awards:

2007 Capitolbeat Awards: First and second place for a single report; second place in commentary; second and third place for in-depth reporting; and second and third place for beat reporting.  2009 Capitolbeat awards columnist Louis Jacobson won second place for online commentary for his political column “Out There.”

Contact:

editor@stateline.org or 202-552-2194; 202-552-2274 or ndueffert@pewtrusts.org



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