Amy Littlefield

Investigative Reporter

@amylittlefield

Amy Littlefield is an investigative reporter for Rewire.News, where she focuses on the intersection of religious beliefs and health care.

Previously, Amy worked as a news producer for the award-winning, global TV/radio news hour Democracy Now! in New York. Amy has reported for various newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times and the Enterprise in Brockton, Massachusetts, where she won awards for her investigative reporting on nepotism in city government. She is also a recipient of a 2014 I.F. Stone Award from the Investigative Fund at the Nation Institute and a 2018 Adelante Fellowship from the International Women’s Media Foundation. Amy graduated from Brown University and lives in the Boston area.

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News Health Systems

What Happens When a Catholic-Run Clinic Comes to Your Local Walgreens?

Amy Littlefield

“It causes us great concern when we think about vulnerable populations ... [who] may need to use these clinics for things like getting their contraception prescribed and who would never think that when they went into a Walgreens they would be restricted by Catholic doctrine,” Lorie Chaiten, director of the women’s and reproductive rights project of the ACLU of Illinois, told Rewire.

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