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An article in Wednesday’s editions about Baltimore training new election judges misstated which voters last used paper ballots before the Great Depression. It was Baltimore voters.
An article in Wednesday’s editions about the state reducing the number of patients waiting for beds in mental health hospitals misstated Erik Roskes’ title. He is director of forensic services for the Behavioral Health Administration.
An article Wednesday overstated the scope of the U.S. Copyright Office, which awards protection to original works of authorship ranging from musical works to computer software. It is not involved with patents.
An article in Tuesday’s Business section included an incorrect number of loans that micro-lender Kiva hopes to make in Baltimore over the next three years. It is 200.
An article in Saturday’s editions included incomplete information about CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield’s losses on exchange-based health care plans. While the company has lost more than $620 million on those plans, reinsurance programs trimmed that loss by more than half to more than $290 million.
The Sun regrets the errors.