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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.

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