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Posted Sunday, October 26, 2014 4:09pm
The story, Corporations, advocacy groups spend big on ballot measures, originally overstated the amount that Sustainable Hawaiian Agriculture for the Keiki and the ‘Aina has raised to back the ballot measure banning GMO farming, because of inaccurate information provided by one of the creators of a citizen-initiated ballot initiative. The group now says it raised about $76,000, not $700,000.​ The Center regrets the error.
Posted Tuesday, June 10, 2014 4:37pm
The story, Despite allegations, no prosecutions for war zone sex trafficking, originally misidentified the Armor Group program manager in Kabul who was under investigation. The Center regrets the error.

Posted Thursday, August 22, 2013  1:37 PM
The story, A hyper-super PAC boosts McAuliffe in Virginia race, originally stated that the Republican Governors Associated donated $1 million to Ken Cuccinelli's attorney general campaign account. That money instead went to Cuccinelli's gubernatorial campaign account as part of nearly $5.7 million it has donated overall.