Sarah Laskow

Freelancers insurance evolves, again (and again):

Post-Obamacare entities in a position to succeed in New York, with political help

Bio: Sarah Laskow is a freelance reporter living in New York City. As a staff writer at the Center for Public Integrity, she covered money and politics, coal mining, and homeland security. Her work has appeared in, Politico, and The American Prospect.

Latest Articles:


Freelancers insurance evolves, again (and again)

Post-Obamacare entities in a position to succeed in New York, with political help

Oct. 1, 2014


The mainstreaming of MakerBot

How New York’s favorite 3D printing company traded its founding principles for growth

Aug. 29, 2014


Smells like amenity

For Gowanus, how clean is clean enough?

Aug. 1, 2014


What donors do for (some) city parks

A vital safety net, with major gaps

Jun. 30, 2014


Have the politics finally lined up for a (U.S.) Niagara Falls revival?

Nearing destination

Jun. 5, 2014


Pot Town, NY

What would Ithaca look like if marijuana became legal?

Apr. 28, 2014


Do they move?

What New Jersey tells us about income-tax flight in de Blasio’s New York

Mar. 31, 2014


The quiet, massive rezoning of New York

Bloomberg's neighborhood parameters determine how the city will grow, and how it won't

Feb. 24, 2014


Beyond local

What would it take to create a truly regional rail system for the New York area?

Jan. 27, 2014


‘Exceptional apple cake’ and other ingredients of a non-redundant food-blogger cookbook

If you live in New York City, you have lots of reasons not to cook, and, as Deb Perelman points outs, “Five-for-a-dollar dumplings are just one of them.”

Nov. 28, 2012