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Residents and Researchers Gear Up For a Springs Rally in Tally

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Pollution and human misuse threaten North Central Florida Springs, and Marion County residents want their voices to be heard. As Jessica Gable reports, a group of citizens and researchers will travel to Tallahassee on Tuesday to talk to policymakers about the need for action.

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