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Dan Levine
Reuters correspondent in SF. Longtime legal reporter, now working on COVID projects. I speak for myself.
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Dan Levine Jun 26
Replying to @houston_mike
Here's what the story says: "And while medical knowledge has improved, doctors continue to emphasize that the best way for people to survive is to avoid infection in the first place through good hygiene, face coverings and limited group interaction."
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Dan Levine Jun 26
New: an optimistic COVID story! Cases may be spiking, but hospitals are WAY better at saving lives than they were 3 months ago. Amazing reporting
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NewsGuild of New York Jun 25
We stand united in demanding . ✊
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Dan Levine Jun 23
Replying to @Lowes
thanks for the reply. Which link?
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Dan Levine Jun 23
Sure wish I didn't have to go full investigative reporter on tracking down district and regional managers to figure out where my refrigerator is. But here we are.
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Dan Levine Jun 16
We need healthy local journalism more than ever. That's why I just donated to The "Investigate systems, not just symptoms." Damn right.
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Chad Terhune Jun 9
Special Report: deepens the other crisis - a shortage of hospital painkillers. Fascinating story by
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Dan Levine Jun 9
Through at least 2014, as addiction and overdoses escalated, prescription opioid production grew more than twice as fast as that of widely used hospital injectables, DEA data shows. This despite crippling injectable shortages
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Dan Levine Jun 9
DEA data analyzed by shows that by 2006, production of outpatient prescription opioids -- the kind that led to the overdose epidemic -- was at least nine times that of the low-margin injectable narcotics most widely used by hospitals.
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Dan Levine Jun 9
NEW: Same molecule, different profits -- How U.S. drugmakers prioritize addictive opioid pills and patches over the lifesaving versions hospitals need. Via me and
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Julio-César Chávez May 30
Tonight I was shot in the arm and the back of my neck with rubber bullets in the middle of covering the Minneapolis protests. My security advisor was shot in the face; his gas mask protected him. Here’s what happened: Here’s what it looks like:
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Dan Levine May 20
Thanks for recognizing our work on court secrecy with a Silver Gavel! It's a wonderful honor. So so proud to be part of this team
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Alison Frankel May 19
Twitter wanted to redact key data in a summary judgment opinion. The judge said no
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Dan Levine May 19
ATTN great reporters/editors looking for work: we are hiring!
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Dan Levine May 19
Take the cannolis.
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Dan Levine May 8
Do yourself a favor and take some time to read/absorb this story. It is incredibly important.
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Dan Levine Apr 28
That sound you hear is weary parents around the state yelping with glee
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Dan Levine Apr 24
The feds just charged these two people with Hobbs Act Robbery, carrying a max sentence of 20 years.
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John Bussey Apr 14
Some experts who have studied the Bay Area’s containment of the coronavirus have reached a surprising conclusion: San Francisco likely won when the 49ers blew a fourth-quarter Super Bowl lead.
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Thomas Peele Apr 11
Walden Pond Book’s, the East Bay’s best bookstore, may have to close without an influx of cash This is terrible news. The store is a treasure, an institution, a beloved place It’s selling books by mail or pickup, & now has a go fund me account. Please help
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