Jodi Enda

former White House Correspondent, Knight Ridder's Washington Bureau

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Washington writer; former White House correspondent for Knight Ridder's Washington Bureau

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Regulatory agencies are boring until brakes fail, mines explode and oil-rigs blow up.

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