Alford Becomes Contributor to The Pelican Post
Veteran reporter to provide investigative coverage
NEW ORLEANS, La. – Jeremy Alford, an award-winning freelance journalist, will begin contributing investigative reports this month that will appear exclusively on ThePelicanPost.org, the website of The Pelican Institute for Public Policy.
A veteran political reporter, Alford’s writings have been published throughout Louisiana as well as in The New York Times, Dallas Morning News, Slate.com and Campaigns & Elections magazine. In July, he wrapped up production on a five-monthlong series called GulfWatch, which focused on the 2010 oil spill and was funded through a grant by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Beginning in September, Alford will provide ongoing investigative reports published twice a month exclusively on ThePelicanPost.org, covering local and state governments, elected officials and public policy issues.
“Jeremy is a first-rate investigative reporter who knows the inner workings of state politics and how they affect the public,” says Pelican Institute President Kevin Kane. “His reporting for us will help illuminate critical public-policy issues and promote accountability from our elected officials.”
To read Alford’s coverage for The Pelican Post, sign up for free to the Pelican Institute e-mail list at ThePelicanPost.org.
The Pelican Institute for Public Policy is a nonprofit organization that provides scholarly research and analysis of Louisiana public policy. The Institute’s mission is advancing sound policy based on the principles of free enterprise, individual liberty and limited government. Reach us online at www.PelicanInstitute.org, www.ThePelicanPost.org and www.LouisianaSunshine.org.