Meena Venkataramanan was a 2021 reporting intern for the Los Angeles Times with the Washington, D.C., bureau. Her work has appeared in the Arizona Republic, the Texas Tribune, Politico, Harvard Magazine and ABC News, among other publications. A recent graduate of Harvard University, she was raised in Tucson and will always remain a proud Arizonan.
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