The Hill's new contributors section

The Hill has launched a dynamic new platform on thehill.com for articles from contributors like you.
 
Nearly 200 policy specialists from universities such as Cornell, Rice and Johns Hopkins, and from think tanks such as Brookings and the American Enterprise Institute, are now adding their expertise to The Hill's award-winning original reporting.
 

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New contributors include: Robert Atkinson, president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation; Daniel Calingaert, executive vice president of Freedom House; David Firestein, Perot Fellow and vice president at the EastWest Institute; Daniel Hamilton, director of the Center for Transatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins University; Will Marshall, president of the Progressive Policy Institute; David Leebron, president of Rice University and former dean of Columbia Law School; and Joshua Reichert, an executive vice president at Pew Charitable Trusts.
 
We're looking for more outside contributors who can enrich The Hill's offering to readers. If you can make a substantive addition to debate on the nation's most important issues, we're interested in hearing from you, because you too can become an expert contributor.
 
There is a sign up form here. Follow the instructions to fill it out and submit it to us, and we'll get back to you. It's easy and quick, and you could soon be writing on one of the nation's most authoritative political websites. 

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