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A roll call published in some editions yesterday incorrectly listed how two lawmakers voted on the General Assembly's bill to delay full implementation of a BGE rate increase. Sen. John J. Hafer, a Republican from Allegany County, and Del. Tony McConkey, a Republican from Anne Arundel County, both voted against the legislation.

An article yesterday incorrectly stated the type of development being built in the 800 block of Key Highway. Ritz-Carlton Residences is building only waterfront condominiums at the site.

An article in the Business section yesterday misspelled the name of a company operating at the port of Baltimore. It is Premier Automotive Services Inc.

An article Wednesday about the closing of Elmer A. Henderson Elementary incorrectly reported the amount of space being cut in city schools and the number of students it will affect. Space will be reduced by 3 percent to 4 percent, and 4,100 students will be affected.

In an article Tuesday about the impact of inflation on lower-income Americans, the Associated Press, relying on information provided by Community Action Duluth, erroneously reported that 28,000 residents of Duluth, Minn., are under the poverty line. That figure refers to city residents classified as working poor, the nonprofit group said.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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