Thursday, September 18, 2014
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Chris Mondics

Chris Mondics covers legal affairs for The Inquirer as a member of the business news staff. Before joining the business department in April 2007, he was a Washington correspondent for The Inquirer, covering the impeachment of President Clinton, the collapse of Enron and Arthur Andersen, the 9/11 attacks and the 9/11 Commission investigation. He also has covered the global pharmaceuticals industry, and was The Inquirer’s investigative reporter on the 2000 presidential race.

Before joining the Washington bureau, Mondics was The Inquirer’s bureau chief in Trenton, where he covered Gov. Christie Whitman and other political leaders.



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