Clarifications

September 28, 2006

A proposed merger between Florida's FPL Group and Constellation Energy Group would provide potential rate relief of up to $600 million spread over 10 years for customers of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. if the deal is approved. According to the General Assembly, a law passed in June requires the companies to provide the bulk of the amount - $386 million - in savings regardless of the deal's outcome. In a regulatory filing, however, Constellation questioned the legality of that requirement. An article in yesterday's Sun did not make that clear.

In an article in yesterday's Maryland section, Republican John Stafford, a former candidate for state Senate, mischaracterized some of the views of Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. and state Sen. John A. Giannetti Jr. Ehrlich supports abortion rights; Giannetti does not. Ehrlich supports a constitutional ban on gay marriage; Giannetti has been opposed.

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