Todd Wallack

Todd Wallack is an investigative reporter and data journalist on the Globe’s Spotlight team. He won national awards for his work on public records in 2016 and has been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize three times.

Prior to joining the Globe in 2007, he worked for the San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Herald, and other publications. He graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

Latest stories

Bill would limit public access to police video in Massachusetts

By , Globe Staff

Secretary of State William F. Galvin and the ACLU are raising concerns about a bill that would exempt police bodycam and dashcam footage from the state public records law.

Dazzled by a big field, home-state donors are slow to support Elizabeth Warren and others

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Many of the big donors from Warren’s Senate reelection — those who gave $1,000 or more — have yet to donate significantly to her presidential bid.

SJC weighing whether to make records public for thousands of criminal court hearings

By , Globe Staff

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court heard arguments about whether the courts should release records from thousands of hearings where clerks decided to dismiss criminal cases behind closed doors.

Eight takeaways from the Spotlight series on the state’s burgeoning marijuana industry

By , Globe Staff

Here are eight takeaways from The Boston Globe Spotlight Team’s three-part series on the state’s new marijuana industry.