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The mayor discusses the effect the sequester might have on the city

The long-awaited sequester is here. While pundits argue about the consequences, some of Tucson's poorest families are about to experience them first-hand. An across-the-board cutback to federal government programs and services, the sequester was intended to be too scary for rational folks…

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