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Tyler Clark '13, in front of the New Hampshire Statehouse, left, has a special relationship with HB 573, New Hampshire's medical marijuana bill, which provided him a rich education in the workings of state government this spring. As an intern for Republican co-sponsor Sen. John Reagan, Clark compared the proposed statute with Maine's legislation, took notes in hearings and commented on proposed amendments. Clark, along with Erin Ryan '13—shown scurrying through the halls of power with a cart full of reference books, right—was one of four political science seniors selected this year for UNH's Concord Internship Program, which has been giving students an up-close glimpse of legislative life for more than 30 years.

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