Correction

January 25, 2000

An article in Saturday's editions of The Sun incorrectly characterized the purpose of a visit to Baltimore by Gov. Parris N. Glendening as a fact-finding mission into the city's epidemic of lead-poisoned children. In fact, the governor was in Baltimore for a previously scheduled meeting with Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development (BUILD) to discuss the group's legislative priorities. The issue of lead paint poisoning came up only briefly at the meeting.

The same article incorrectly quoted the Rev. Douglas Miles as telling the governor about the experiences of Miles' grandchildren with lead poisoning. In fact, Miles did not speak to the governor about lead poisoning. The remarks quoted in the story were made in a separate interview with The Sun.

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