June 20, 2008

An article in yesterday's Business section stated incorrectly that CSA Medical Inc. needs further Food and Drug Administration approval to use its medical device to destroy unwanted tissue in areas other than the esophagus.

A column by Jean Marbella in Wednesday's editions incorrectly described the person related to Sheila Dixon's campaign who had pleaded guilty to tax evasion charges. It was her former campaign chairman.

A review of David Cay Johnston's book Free Lunch: How The Wealthiest Americans Enrich Themselves At Government Expense (And Stick You With The Bill) that appeared in the Arts & Life section April 20 incorrectly stated that Johnston advocates federal financing of elections. He does not.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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