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Clarification: Vaccine Exemptions story
SALEM, Ore. (AP) -- In a story Feb. 28, The Associated Press reported that Washington, California and Vermont were considering bills that would remove either personal, religious or philosophical exemptions for vaccinations. The story should have attributed the information to Kristine Goodwin, a program manager at the National Conference on State Legislatures....

Correction: BC-EU-Italy-Milan-Fashion-Week-Watch story
MILAN (AP) -- In a story March 2 about Milan Fashion Week, The Associated Press incorrectly spelled the last name of Kiton vice president Maria Giovanna Paone. The correct spelling is Paone, not Paono....

Correction: Boy in Basement-Detroit story
DETROIT (AP) -- In a story Feb. 27 about a judge reducing the bond amounts for a Detroit couple charged with torture and child abuse, The Associated Press misspelled a defense attorney's last name. His name is Farris F. Haddad, not Farris F. Hadded....

Correction: Sears-Results story
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a story Feb. 27 about Sears Holdings Corp., The Associated Press reported erroneously that Chief Financial Officer Rob Schriesheim said in a statement that the actions Sears took in 2014 - such as store closures and inventory reduction - generated $2.3 billion in liquidity....

Correction: Missing Baby-California story
KNIGHTS LANDING, Calif. (AP) -- In a story Feb. 25 about a missing 20-day-old baby boy whose body was found in a swampy region in Northern California, The Associated Press erroneously reported the baby's first name. His name is Justice Rees, not Justin Rees....

Correction: JPMorgan Cost Cuts story
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a story Feb. 24 about JPMorgan Chase closing bank branches, The Associated Press misspelled the name of a JPMorgan executive....

Correction: United States-North Korea-Nuclear story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story Feb. 24 about North Korea's nuclear program, The Associated Press reported erroneously that estimates of North Korea's future nuclear stockpile were made by the U.S.-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. The estimates were presented as part of a project conducted by the U.S.-Korea Institute, but were made by the Institute of Science and International Security....

Correction: Target-Free Shipping story
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a story Feb. 23 about Target Corp.'s free shipping policy, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Overstock.com offers free shipping only to loyalty club members. It offers free shipping on orders over $50 to all shoppers in the continental U.S., and club members in the same area get free shipping with no minimum purchase....

Correction: Officers Shot-Georgia story
DECATUR, Ga. (AP) -- In a story Feb. 23 about a shooting that left three dead and injured two law enforcement officers, The Associated Press, relying on information provided by The Georgia Bureau of Investigation, reported erroneously the last name of a sheriff's deputy who had been injured. His last name is Zigan, not Zigen....

Correction: Oscars-Enigma Machines story
NATICK, Mass. (AP) -- In a story Feb. 20 about the Museum of World War II, The Associated Press, relying on information from the museum's founder, erroneously reported that it is the only one in the country where patrons can use Nazi-era Enigma coding machines to encrypt and decrypt messages. At least one other museum, the National Cryptologic Museum, lets visitors use similar machines....