Assistant Managing Editor

Christopher Rowland

Rowland is the Washington bureau chief. He also has served as Metro political editor and as a healthcare reporter on the Business desk. He joined the paper in January of 2001 after spending 12 years as a local and state political writer at the Providence Journal in Rhode Island.

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When Bernie Sanders interviewed a Republican senator for Vermont Life

By , Globe Staff

Reading Sanders interviewing George Aiken in 1973 comes as a relief, a refreshing departure from what you might expect.

Groups unite against curbing painkillers

By , Globe Staff

As state lawmakers aim to crack down on prescription drugs, the move is opposed by patients, doctors, and the industry.

Financial firms lobby hard against stricter protections

By , Globe Staff

Investment brokers are fighting possible government restrictions, but consumer advocates say the rules are needed to protect investors.

Fidelity fought Washington over money market funds — and won

By , Globe Staff

A furious lobbying campaign diluted SEC rules crafted after the 2008 financial collapse.