Leonard Robinson writes on consumer topics and their intersection with business, technology, travel, housing, health, and regulation. Prior to joining Consumers Bulletin, he was an editorial intern at the Baltimore Business Journal and Reason. He covered the North Carolina state legislature for Carolina Journal in 2019. A senior at the University of Baltimore, he served as editor-in-chief of the student news publication, The Sting, from August 2019- December 2020. He lives in Baltimore where he enjoys reading, typewriters, and finding any excuse to travel.
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