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Stephanie Ebbert

Stephanie Ebbert has been a Boston Globe reporter since 1997, covering local news and state politics and documenting some of the most closely watched campaigns in the country, including those of US Senators Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown. In the aftermath of the 2016 presidential election, she shifted her focus to gender issues, documenting women’s political engagement and tracking their status in society, in politics, and in the workplace. A native of Shillington, Pennsylvania, Stephanie graduated from University of Delaware with a degree in English/Journalism. She previously worked for the Reading Eagle-Times, the Harrisburg Patriot-News, and Prevention magazine.

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Does plea deal for Robert Kraft send the wrong message?

By , Globe Staff

If it were up to Sheriff William Snyder, there would be no plea deal for Robert Kraft — or any of the other men charged with soliciting prostitution at Florida day spas accused of sex trafficking.

Reiki masters flex muscle on Beacon Hill

By , Globe Staff

For three years, practitioners of reiki have fought to kill a measure that would require them to be licensed by the state — an effort intended to rein in human trafficking.

Beto, Biden, Bernie raises the question: Is this the right time for a white guy?

By Stephanie Ebbert , Globe Staff

It’s an inverted question in a country where 44 of 45 presidents have fit that precise demographic.

Sex trafficking is in plain sight in Massachusetts communities

By , Globe Staff

In such communities as Stoneham, Hadley, Arlington, and Needham, women are being held as sex slaves. Prosecutors say the investigations are time-consuming and difficult.