A missing word rendered unintelligible a sentence in an article yesterday about repairs to SEPTA train stations. The sentence should have stated that only about a third of the rail stations are in relatively good condition, while another third need "significant work."

An item in the Business column "PhillyDeals" yesterday incorrectly quoted a statement by Cigna Corp. spokeswoman Gloria Barone-Rosanio. She said Cigna wanted to "build on the current employer-based system" of health care, and did not refer to the current system as "single-payer." She was correctly quoted as opposing a single-payer national health-care system.

A story yesterday on a Swarthmore College honors program misspelled the name of English professor Phil Weinstein.

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