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Ohio early voting: An article in Section A on Sept. 30 about Ohio's effort to curtail its 35-day early-voting period said the U.S. Supreme Court had allowed the state to cancel voting on the weekend before the election, including Sunday, when African American turnout is heaviest. The court's emergency order did not address the final weekend, only the first week of early voting, when residents can register to vote and cast a ballot on the same day. The court allowed Ohio to scrap the initial week.

Afghan president: An article in Section A on Sept. 29 about Afghan President Ashraf Ghani stated that he moved back to the United States after serving as Afghanistan's finance minister from 2002 to 2004. Ghani remained a resident of Afghanistan while co-founding the Institute for State Effectiveness, a Washington-based think tank.

Choreographer: A review in the Calendar section on Sept. 30 of the musical "Bright Star" at the Old Globe theater in San Diego said that John Rhodes was the...

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Christ Cathedral: An article in the Sept. 25 LATExtra section about the conversion of the former Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove into the Diocese of Orange's Christ Cathedral misspelled the last name of the Rev. Msgr. Arthur A. Holquin as Holguin.

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Chuck Lorre: In some copies of the Sept. 28 edition, the Sunday Conversation interview with TV show creator Chuck Lorre in the Calendar section said that the second-season premiere of his series "Mom" would air Monday. That premiere has been changed to Oct. 30. The change was announced after printing of the section had begun.

Broad Stage: In the Sept. 25 LATExtra section, an article about the resignation of Dale Franzen from the Broad Stage in Santa Monica misspelled the last name of the Broad's chief operating officer. His name is Mitchell Heskel, not Haskel.

Polly Bergen: In the Sept. 21 California section, the obituary of singer and actress Polly Bergen misquoted a line from "I'm Still Here," which Bergen sang in Stephen Sondheim's "Follies." The lyric is "good times and bum times," not "good times and bad times."

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Martin's Beach: An article in the Sept. 25 LATExtra section about a judge's ruling on public access to Martin's Beach in San Mateo County misspelled the last name of UC Hastings law professor John Leshy as Teshy.

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Colorado school protest: An article in the Sept. 25 Section A about Denver-area students protesting proposed curriculum changes, misidentified Ashlyn Maher as Ashyl Maher.

White House intruder: In the Sept. 23 Section A, a photo caption with an article about the arraignment of a man who had scaled the White House fence identified the official pictured as a Secret Service agent. He is a Secret Service uniformed division officer.

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Andrew McLaglen obituary: In the Sept. 5 LATExtra section, the obituary of film and television director Andrew V. McLaglen referred to Senses of Cinema magazine as Scenes of Cinema.

GOP and Silicon Valley: In the Sept. 8 Section A, the caption for a photo accompanying an article about Republican politicians' efforts to ingratiate themselves with Silicon Valley entrepreneurs referred to Rep. Kevin McCarthy, the House majority leader, as a senator.

California missions: An article in the Sept. 7 Travel section about Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa said that it may have been the first California mission to use tiles extensively on its roof instead of thatch. A 1776 letter from Father Junipero Serra suggests that the first roof tiles were installed at Mission San Antonio de Padua, about 80 miles north of San Luis Obispo.

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Bel-Air permits: An article in the Sept. 11 LATExtra section about Los Angeles' decision to revoke construction permits for a home in Bel-Air gave the wrong middle initial for attorney Benjamin Reznik, who is representing developer Mohamed Hadid. His middle initial is M, not A.

Phylicia Rashad: In the Sept. 10 Calendar section, a Quick Takes item on the Mark Taper Forum's forthcoming season said that Phylicia Rashad would star in "Immediate Family." Rashad is directing the show.

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Republican Party convention: An article in the Sept. 22 LATExtra section about Neel Kashkari's speech at the California Republican Party convention said Pete Peterson, GOP candidate for secretary of state, was running against Democrat Betty Yee. In fact, Peterson is running against Democratic state Sen. Alex Padilla (D-Pacoima). Yee, a state Board of Equalization member, is running for controller.

West Hollywood crosswalks: An article in the Sept. 20 LATExtra section about concerns over pedestrian safety in West Hollywood said that three pedestrians had been killed in city crosswalks since 2011, and that sheriff's Lt. David Smith said the vehicle was at fault in all of the incidents. After the article was published, Smith told The Times that the most recent pedestrian death, which occurred last month, was still under investigation.

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"Tracks": A review in the Sept. 19 Calendar section of the movie "Tracks," about a woman's journey across Australia's outback in 1977, said that Uluru is on the Indian Ocean. It should have said Uluru was one stop on her way to the Indian Ocean.

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Proposition 46 poll: In the Sept. 13 LATExtra section, an article about a USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll on Proposition 46 was based in part on a survey question that contained an error.

The proposition would raise the state ceiling on damages for pain and suffering in malpractice lawsuits, require random drug and alcohol testing of physicians and require doctors, when prescribing medications, to consult a state database of patients' other prescriptions.

The poll found that 61% of likely voters were in favor of the measure or leaning in that direction but that approval dropped when respondents were told of the proposition's potentially high costs to the state — and declined further when they heard the main campaign arguments for and against the proposition.

One of the poll questions summarized those arguments and then asked respondents how they would vote on the initiative in light of that information.

Referring to one of the opposition arguments, the question said that...

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Immigration: An article in the Sept. 14 Section A about an immigration detention center in Artesia, N.M., said the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general rejected allegations that federal immigration centers maintained substandard living conditions and that young migrants were subjected to abuse. Actually, the inspector general could not substantiate 16 allegations it investigated after a complaint by the American Civil Liberties Union; it continues to monitor 100 other allegations. The Artesia facility had not yet opened when the ACLU filed its administrative complaint in June about various immigration facilities.

U2 album review: In the Sept. 11 Calendar section, a review of the U2 album "Songs of Innocence" referred to "simultaneous IRA bombings in Dublin and Monaghan" in the band's homeland, Ireland. The Ulster Volunteer Force, not the Irish Republican Army, was responsible for the 1974 bombings.

Nevada highway washout: In the Sept. 13 Section A, an article detailing the...

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Golan Heights release: In the Sept. 12 LATExtra section, a Late Briefing item about the release of United Nations peacekeepers by militants in Syria said it took place in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. The release occurred on the Syrian side of the Quneitra border crossing.

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