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Our friends at the Franklin Center are looking for a reporter focusing on fiscal matters for a Washington– or New York–based one-year paid fellowship ($50,000 annual salary) starting in mid-September, 2012. The Thomas L. Rhodes Journalism Fellow — which honors NR’s former chairman, who was a founder of the Club for Growth — will be an excellent opportunity for a young journalist to get experience and a prominent showcase for his work. If you are a recent college graduate (within the last three years), and have a particular interest in fiscal and tax policies, the federal budget, and related issues, we encourage you to apply. Please send a cover letter, resume, and clips to Application deadline for the fellowship is August 22.

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