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Buckmaster: Tucson pension plan stable, Scott says

A newsmaker interview with Tucson City Councilwoman Shirley Scott. Also, our monthly pet segment with Dr. Katie Bockstedt, acupuncturist with Veterinary Specialty Center. Plus, we discussed the three-year-old Drug Treatment Alternative to Prison program with Amelia Cramer, deputy Pima County attorney, and Melissa Rueschhoff, the program's director.

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