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Intern's presence puts a face in the debate

By Michael M. Grynbaum
Globe Correspondent / July 18, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- Interns on Capitol Hill rarely get a chance to participate in Senate debates, much less have an impact on public policy. But when Beth Kolbe heard that the Senate would be debating stem cell research this week, the 20-year-old quadriplegic Harvard student knew she had to be there. (Full article: 685 words)

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