Claudia Morell

Claudia Morell

Originally from San Francisco, Claudia Morell began her news career as a reporter for WFUV, an NPR affiliate station at Fordham University. There, she won a national Gracie Award for her coverage of Superstorm Sandy and a local AP award for her collaborative effort on a series about life in New York City post-9/11. Claudia moved to Chicago for a nine-month fellowship at WBEZ (Chicago Public Radio), before working for TDL ahead of the 2015 municipal election. Claudia has a B.A. in International Political Economy and History, and an M.A. in Public Communications from Fordham University.

Articles by Claudia:

Burke Open To Drone Rule Changes For Amazon

“I would be open to amendments,” he said, “if there is reasonable provisions and still maintain the protections–privacy protections, interference with the commercial air traffic, preventing those items from being used around the airports or flying next to somebody’s bedroom, so they can’t peak in.”

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New Vehicle Safety Requirements For City Contractors, $1M+ Grants Advances Out of Budget Committee

Members of the Council’s Budget Committee Tuesday approved the disbursement of more than a million dollars in federal and private grants for the city Health Department’s ongoing efforts to track and combat sexually transmitted diseases, as well as this year’s One Summer Chicago program. New safety requirements for city contractors that use large trucks or vehicles also advanced and is part of the city’s ongoing efforts to reduce traffic fatalities.

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