Sarah Holder

staff writer @citylab @theatlantic covering politics, tech, labor, mostly. 1/2 of @itsmeatspace w @loracorkelley tips @ sholder@theatlantic.com

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citylab.com
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Conversations With D.C. Uber Drivers Reveal Stress and Debt
April, 18 2019
citylab.com
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To Foil NIMBYs, San Francisco Law Would Mandate Citywide Homeless Shelters
April, 16 2019
citylab.com
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Is Amazon Retreating From Seattle?
April, 16 2019
citylab.com
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San Francisco's Very Strange GoFundMe Homeless Shelter Fight
April, 3 2019
citylab.com
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How the Country’s Hottest Rental Market Is Trying to Cool Down
April, 2 2019
citylab.com
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Americans Feel Better About Local News When It's Truly Local
March, 27 2019
psmag.com
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Why Women's Jobs Are Disproportionately Threatened by Automation
March, 20 2019
citylab.com
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Decentralize the Government? North Carolina May Try.
March, 20 2019
citylab.com
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As Mayor, He Fought Florida Over Gun Control. Now He’s Fighting For the White House.
March, 19 2019
citylab.com
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Will Amazon Really Pay Employees $150,000 in Nashville?
March, 15 2019
citylab.com
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Why Prepping For the Automation Revolution Can’t Leave Out Women Workers
March, 13 2019
citylab.com
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Americans Are Driving More. Pedestrians Are Dying More.
March, 7 2019
citylab.com
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Midwestern Mayor for President? It’s All About the Future of Work
March, 4 2019
citylab.com
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D.C.'s 'Deaf Space' Revolution
March, 4 2019
citylab.com
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Tiny House Trend, Meet the Mattress-in-a-Box Boom
February, 25 2019
citylab.com
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A Valentine’s Day Tradition, Born in the Heart of Boston
February, 14 2019
citylab.com
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Tax Deals Like Amazon’s Were Once Inevitable. That Might Be Changing.
February, 14 2019
citylab.com
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The People Who Live in Their Cars
February, 11 2019
psmag.com
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What Airbnb Does to Renters, Employees, and Cities
February, 7 2019
citylab.com
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Why Is Lyft Fighting New York City Over Driver Pay?
February, 1 2019
citylab.com
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What Cities, Renters, and Employees Lose When Airbnb Comes To Town
February, 1 2019
citylab.com
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'The Ride That Got Away' Puts America's Relationship With Cars on Blast
February, 1 2019
citylab.com
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Why Are Chicago’s Train Tracks on Fire?
January, 30 2019
citylab.com
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How Dangerous Are Electric Scooters?
January, 29 2019
citylab.com
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A Pilot Explains the Shutdown's Lasting Effects on Air Traffic Controllers
January, 25 2019
citylab.com
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'This is a Man-Made Disaster': Mayors Are Escalating Their Response to the Shutdown
January, 23 2019
citylab.com
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A New Shutdown Stopgap: Cities Mull Compensating Federal Workers
January, 18 2019
citylab.com
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The ‘Marie Kondo Effect’ Comes at a Weird Time for Thrift Stores
January, 18 2019
citylab.com
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Los Angeles Teacher Union Strike Looms
January, 11 2019
citylab.com
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What I Learned After My E-Scooter Crash
January, 10 2019
citylab.com
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Is New York City’s New Plan Really Health Care for All?
January, 9 2019
citylab.com
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After a Year of HQ2, Did Anyone Lose Faith in Amazon?
December, 31 2018
citylab.com
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Why Washington, D.C. Just Passed the U.S.'s Biggest Public Restroom Bill
December, 21 2018
citylab.com
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Her Neighbor Hated Her Dragon Nativity Scene. So She Got More Dragons.
December, 17 2018
citylab.com
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The Problem with Apple's Decision to Go to the Austin Suburbs
December, 14 2018
citylab.com
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A Child's Treasury of Terrible Municipal Christmas Trees
December, 12 2018
citylab.com
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When Companies Get Tax Breaks, U.S. Public Schools Lose Out
December, 11 2018
citylab.com
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Amazon HQ2 and the ‘Gentrification of Jobs’
December, 7 2018
citylab.com
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Will the Green New Deal Start In Small Cities?
December, 4 2018
citylab.com
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Google's Deal With San Jose Might Be the Foil to Amazon HQ2
December, 3 2018
citylab.com
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The Fight for a Fair Workweek Moves to Philly
November, 28 2018
psmag.com
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How the Ballot Initiative Can Transcend Political Polarization
November, 27 2018
citylab.com
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Ballot Measures Entice Democrat and Republican Voters Seeking a Direct Role in Law-Making
November, 26 2018
citylab.com
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Stop Complaining About Your Rent and Move to Tulsa, Suggests Tulsa
November, 16 2018
citylab.com
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The Amazon Headquarters Incentives Aren't a Done Deal Yet
November, 14 2018
citylab.com
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Amazon Finally Announces Its HQ2. And it's Two Cities Instead of One.
November, 13 2018
citylab.com
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Veterans Are More Likely to be Homeowners—But There’s an Exception
November, 12 2018
citylab.com
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Young and Lonely? You May Need an Early-Morning Yoga-Dance Party.
November, 9 2018
citylab.com
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Do Malfunctioning Voting Machines and Hours-Long Lines Equal Voter Suppression?
November, 6 2018
psmag.com
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How Amazon HQ2 Is Already Affecting Housing Prices
November, 6 2018
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Sarah Holder is a writer who has produced content for citylab.com and psmag.com
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