» The Hawaii Supreme Court rejected a lower court's judgment against the state Child Support Enforcement Agency and overturned a $500,000 award to the plaintiff in the case. A Page A3 article yesterday
did not make clear the extent of the Supreme Court's ruling. While the court affirmed the agency's responsibility to disburse payments in a timely manner, it did not rebuke the agency as was incorrectly reported in the article's headline.
» Planned Parenthood of Hawaii offers emergency contraception to women and girls, ages 14 and up, who walk in without a prescription, but the pills are not available "over the counter" as a Page A5 article incorrectly reported Monday
. A brief intake process is required and a clinician writes a prescription before the medicine is dispensed.
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