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Tony Schick and Maya Miller

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Tony Schick is an investigative and data reporter for OPB's Science & Environment unit. Tony previously worked as the web editor for Investigative Reporters and Editors, a journalism nonprofit based in Columbia, Missouri. He has worked as a freelance reporter and researcher since 2007. He has undergraduate degrees in journalism and sociology from Gonzaga University, where he spent enough time after hours in the student newsroom that he and his wife named their dog, Myron, after the building’s beloved overnight custodian. He received his master's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri. Tony was born and raised in Portland. Maya Miller is an engagement reporter at ProPublica working on community-sourced investigations.

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