Associate Editor and Columnist

Joan Vennochi

Joan Vennochi started at the Boston Globe as a researcher on the Spotlight Team and shared in a Pulitzer Prize for a series on the MBTA. Since then, she has covered city, state and national politics; created a business column that explored the intersection of business and politics; and now writes for the Op-ed page. As a member of the Globe editorial board, she also helps formulate and write editorials. She is a graduate of Boston University and Suffolk Law School.

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JOAN VENNOCHI

Craziness has its limits in Alabama

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In Alabama, Roy Moore came to represent a bridge too far for at least 671,151 voters.

JOAN VENNOCHI

Besides saying the right thing, what can Richard Shelby do about Roy Moore?

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Shelby’s comments about Moore were courageous. But what happens if Moore is elected?

JOAN VENNOCHI

Why does no one care about UMass Boston?

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Painful choices are necessary. But who will feel the pain?

JOAN VENNOCHI

Has Bill Clinton outrun the statute of limitations?

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Even so, the wheels are finally coming off the Clinton bus.