Corrections

August 14, 1992

A graphic in The Sun yesterday omitted a phrase from the text proposed by the Maryland attorney general for the abortion question on the November ballot. Here is the correct language, with the omitted phrase bold-faced:

"Revises Maryland's abortion law to prohibit State interference with woman's abortion decision before fetus is viable, or, under certain conditions, at any time and to provide certain exceptions to the requirement that a physician notify an unmarried minor's parent or guardian prior to minor's abortion; repeals pre-abortion information requirements about abortion alternatives; repeals some, and clarifies other, provisions related to abortion referral; requires that abortions be performed by licensed physicians; provides good-faith immunity under certain conditions to physicians performing abortions; authorizes State to adopt abortion regulations; repeals certain penalty and disciplinary provisions related to the performance of abortions."

+ The Sun regrets the errors.

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