For the record

Disability voting: An article in the May 22 California section about a federal investigation into how California decides to strip people under limited conservatorships of the right to vote incorrectly said that an attorney for a disability rights group persuaded Stephen Lopate's court-appointed lawyer and a judge overseeing Lopate's case to reconsider and allow Lopate to keep his right to vote. Although the court-appointed attorney recommended that Lopate lose his right to vote, the judge had not made a ruling on the matter. After the court-appointed attorney changed his recommendation, the judge allowed Lopate to keep his right to vote.

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