March 31, 2006

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In yesterday's Maryland section, because of incorrect information contained in an indictment filed in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, The Sun incorrectly described the job status of Benjamin Iloamuzo, 36, who was indicted on charges of stealing employees' identities. David Tillman, a spokesman for the Housing Authority of Baltimore City, said Iloamuzo worked for the Account Temps firm and was contracted by the city to fix a computer problem.

An article in yesterday's Maryland section should have said that charges filed against Martin Michael Morgan, 18, had been dropped in a nonfatal shooting case in March 2004.

The Web address to download a Maryland guide for health care proxies in yesterday's Business section was incomplete. The address is

A Page 1A article yesterday misidentified a lawmaker who confronted state schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick over a proposed state takeover of 11 Baltimore schools. The lawmaker was Sen. Verna L. Jones, a Baltimore Democrat.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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