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The Marijuana Policy Project is seeking an Executive Assistant to manage MPP's main office in Washington, DC, and to assist the executive director -- visit http://www.mpp.org/jobs/exec_asst.html for the complete job listing and instructions. The application deadline is November 11, and interviews are being conducted on a rolling basis -- interested individuals are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, as the position may be filled before the deadline.

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Issue #410 -- 11/4/05

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