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After a canceled schedule, Market on the Move bounces back, but not everyone is thrilled

The Tucson and Sierra Vista areas are scheduled to have Market on the Move events on Nov. 2, the first since the program was temporarily halted in August.  For a $10 donation, supporters receive up to 60 pounds of produce that has…

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