Corrections and

» Department of Human Services Director Lillian Koller did not ask the Legislature to hold off on an audit of the department's use of federal money. A Page A4 article in yesterday's early edition incorrectly said she had made such a request. Also, while the state has earmarked about $1 million in federal money for an anti-drug and alcohol public service campaign, only about $513,000 has been spent. The article was not clear on that point.

» A quote from airline analyst Robert Mann about US Air was missing a few words in an article about Aloha Airlines on Page C1 Saturday. Here is the whole quote:

"The issue is if you set the targets wrong, you can appear to go in and out and end up right back in again," Mann said. "In US Air's case, they never made any of their revenue or work-cost targets from the moment they emerged. Doing it quick and doing it right doesn't need to be mutually exclusive, but in that case it doesn't appear to have been a good combination."

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