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Uxbridge native serving as Sen. Moore intern.

BOSTON - As university and high school students commence their summer breaks, some are gearing up to gain practical experience in their respective fields of study. This is especially true for three Worcester & Norfolk District residents, John Jameson of Uxbridge and Niels Puetthoff and James Malnati of Milford, whom Sen. Richard T. Moore, D-Uxbridge, has selected to serve as summer interns in his Statehouse office.

For the next several weeks, the three Worcester & Norfolk district residents will have their hands full assisting Mr. Moore and his office staff on a variety of assignments. Serving as general interns, Mr. Jameson and Mr. Malnati will work on projects relating to district issues, and general legislative and policy initiatives. Mr. Puetthoff has been brought on as a health care policy intern. He will research and report on topics specific to that area.

Mr. Jameson is a student at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst's Commonwealth College, where he is working on a degree in political science and pursuing a certificate in international relations.

He graduated from Uxbridge High School in 2011, serving for four years as class president while competing on the football, indoor track and field, and tennis teams. He is the son of John Jameson and Beth Pitman.

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CUTLINE: Sen. Richard T. Moore, D-Uxbridge, stands with John Jameson of Uxbridge on the State House balcony.
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Date:Jul 6, 2012
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