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Treasury may take back millions from Arizona education fund over condition barring mask mandates

The Treasury Department says Arizona’s mask mandate ban harms efforts to stop COVID-19 spread

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By Tyler Olson, Mark Meredith


The Biden administration informed the state of Arizona Friday it must stop withholding federal funding from schools with mask mandates or the department may take back over $160 million of coronavirus relief money the state designated for schools.

The Treasury Department issued the warning amid an ongoing feud between Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s administration and the White House over Arizona’s ban on mask requirements for schools. That included a probe the Department of Education launched last year into Arizona and other states that banned masking in schools.

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