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Iffy camps dot learning catch-up program (access required)

Sign-up is now open for summer camps that are set to receive money through Gov. Doug Ducey’s funding program, and a web page listing the offerings at more than 100 camps show options range from basic to bizarre, and at least one appears to violate the program’s rules.

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