Madalyn Amato is an editorial assistant at the Los Angeles Times. She began her tenure at The Times as an intern for the Utility Journalism Team. Amato has worked on stories answering questions about healthcare, religion and earthquake resilience. She graduated from Cal State Long Beach with a bachelor’s degree in journalism.
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