Community Conundrum 

Board members at Wingspan say recent changes are part of needed restructuring while former employees say it damages the organization

About two weeks ago, calls from former and current Wingspan staff members painted a picture that trouble was brewing at Tucson's beloved 25-year-old LGBT community organization. The stories centered on what was described as the abrupt firings of popular staff members, even…

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