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Myron founded FairWarning after more than 20 years as a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, where he was a member of the California investigations desk. He has won numerous honors and awards for his detailed investigations of health and safety matters, including an Alicia Patterson Foundation fellowship and the National Press Club’s Consumer Journalism Award. He has reported on the tobacco industry, auto and tire safety, and a variety of product liability issues. He was a research consultant for the documentary film “Addiction Incorporated,” which tells the story of former Philip Morris scientist and whistleblower Victor DeNoble. He likes hiking and playing racquetball, and he owns a small stake in the world’s greatest professional baseball team–the minor league Hillsboro Hops of the Northwest League. Myron is a member of FairWarning’s board of directors.

​ Follow Fair Warning on Twitter at @FairWarningNewsLevin can be reached at myron.levin@fairwarning.org.

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