An article in yesterday's Maryland section about Gov. Martin O'Malley's State of the State address incorrectly reported Comptroller Peter Franchot's criticism of the governor's legislative package from last fall's special session of the General Assembly. Franchot said the governor should not have pushed for tax increases in that forum.
An article yesterday about older voters misidentified the former associate dean at UMBC's Erickson School, which focuses on aging issues. Her name is Leslie Morgan.
An article in yesterday's Business section about the closing of Karibu Books incorrectly stated that Cynthia A. Coates-Harris, a manager at the chain's Woodlawn store, is also a lawyer. She is an accounts payable specialist with a Washington law firm.
An article in yesterday's Health Today section incorrectly said glaucoma screenings would be offered at Bon Secours Hospital. The free screenings will be at Bon Secours Urban Medical Institute, 2600 Liberty Heights Ave., Baltimore.
An Associated Press article in yesterday's Maryland section reported erroneously that a live Mark 1 rocket had been removed from display at a veterans museum in Cumberland. The Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office had said that it was live, but learned later from Army experts that it was a dummy.
The Sun regrets the errors.