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The footnotes for a Page 1A chart yesterday on electricity rate deferral plans incorrectly stated that credits from a proposed merger between Constellation Energy and FLP Inc. of Florida were included in the calculation of the plan negotiated by Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. In fact, the figures for all three of the plans assume no savings from the merger. If the merger were to be completed, savings for consumers would increase under the Ehrlich and General Assembly plans.
Articles published June 6 and Wednesday misspelled the name of an attorney representing a Western Maryland principal who was convicted of wire and mail fraud. The lawyer's name is Fred Warren Barrett.
A June 10 article on a federal court decision extending the reach of federal wiretap law misidentified the source of a $7 billion cost estimate for equipping computer systems to comply with wiretap orders. The American Council on Education was the source of the estimate.
The Sun regrets the errors.