An article in yesterday's editions incorrectly reported...

March 25, 1995

An article in yesterday's editions incorrectly reported that a proposed constitutional amendment to change the Maryland Judicial Disabilities Commission would have to be signed by the governor before it could appear on a statewide ballot. Amendments to the state constitution must be approved by a three-fifths majority of the House of Delegates and Senate, but do not require the governor's signature.

, The Sun regrets the errors.


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