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• A story in Sunday’s Review-Journal about budget negotiations in the Legislature contained an error. Money for spending that Gov. Jim Gibbons wants would be generated by a compromise offered by Gibbons not to lower the business tax to 0.62 percent, as he originally proposed in January, and by not removing a bank franchise fee that he also wanted repealed.

• A headline on the front page of Sunday’s Review-Journal mischaracterized the status of one of the three men interviewed for a story about local immigrants. Gustavo Gutierrez immigrated to the United States legally in 1963. He never was in the country illegally. A statement in the story about Gutierrez’s business also was incorrect. Gutierrez came to the United States before the business was started. A caption below a photo accompanying the story was incorrect, too. Miguel Ortiz originally came to the United States on a legal visa. He overstayed that visa.

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