An article in yesterday's Inquirer about a move to abolish capital punishment in New Jersey incorrectly summarized the view of Charles Bennett, whose daughter was murdered by her husband, who then killed himself. Bennett, who opposes the death penalty, said he had gotten no solace from the fact that his daughter's killer was dead.

The headline and parts of a Business article yesterday about a medical organization's policy statement on health-care access should have included the full name of the organization, the American College of Physicians. The shortened references to the organization may have led some readers to believe that the policy statement had been issued by the unrelated College of Physicians of Philadelphia.

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