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In the Dec. 20 story, "Running to Daylight," the paragraph describing the DARS program should have read: "By then, Baylon had gotten involved with the Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services, a state agency that affords disability care to the blind, the deaf, and children with developmental delays. There are a number of eligibility requirements for admission to the DARS program, but if you're legally blind, you stand a good chance of getting in."

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