Los Angeles journalist Bobbi Murray has reported on politics, economics, police reform and healthcare issues for such publications as Los Angeles magazine, LA Weekly and The Nation.
She is a contributing editor to Shelterforce, a publication of the National Housing Institute.
Murray’s articles on living wage and other economic justice issues have been reprinted in collections and organizing guides. Her article about Wall Street’s role in predatory lending practices is included in Meltdown: How Greed and Corruption Shattered Our Financial System and How We Can Recover from Nation Books.
As a staff writer for the Los Angeles Daily Journal, Murray covered complex litigation including the cases against Merck & Co alleging the pain drug Vioxx caused heart attack and stroke.
Murray is a fellow at the Horizon Institute, a Los Angeles think tank established to develop new ideas about how our economy can embody the values of inclusiveness, sustainability and fairness.