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Investigation into newborn testing delays prompts reforms that will save babies’ lives

Series exposes rogue tactics in ATF undercover stings across the U.S.

Examination of Milwaukee County’s troubled mental health system leads to reform

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Investigation into newborn testing delays prompts reforms that will save babies’ lives

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s “Deadly Delays” investigation exposed deep flaws in the nation’s newborn screening programs that place thousands of babies at needless risk of disability and death. In state after state, officials and hospitals pledged reforms that will improve how quickly critical blood samples get to the labs – ultimately saving the lives of countless newborns.

The project features a searchable database that empowers expectant parents to check on the timeliness record for hospitals in their hometown.

See the full series of articles at www.jsonline.com/deadlydelays

Series exposes rogue tactics in ATF undercover stings across the U.S.

After Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporters exposed a botched undercover ATF sting in Milwaukee – stolen guns, burglarized building, armed felons allowed to leave the store – they dug further and identified similar rogue tactics in operations across the nation. Agents even used individuals with mental disabilities to promote the operations, then charged then with gun and drug crimes.

In the wake of the reporting, the Department of Justice is investigating what went wrong and two congressional committees have planned hearings.

See the full series of articles at www.jsonline.com/backfire

Examination of Milwaukee County’s troubled mental health system leads to reform

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Chronic Crisis series, supported by a fellowship through the Diederich College of Communication at Marquette University, examined Milwaukee County’s troubled mental health system, the patients who have died amid decades of ineptitude and the families left to fight for improvements.

The project has led to a package of new laws that promise to remake the system, including putting control in the hands of care professionals instead of politicians.

See the full series of articles at www.jsonline.com/chroniccrisis