Feature StoryWilliam Butler is prepared to get his blood drawn at HUDA by his nurse, Val Gamble. Butler has been coming to HUDA for his health care needs since he lost his health insurance four years ago.

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Feature StoryNew West Willow Neighborhood Association Presdient Jo Ann McCollum
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