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>> The Hawaii National Guard asked the campaign of U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard to attach a disclaimer to a Facebook page photograph of her in uniform stating that the photo did not represent an endorsement from the military. The photo caption with a Page B3 article Tuesday incorrectly reported that the Guard insisted that she take the image down.

>> The state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations prematurely reported that Ramar International was in violation of a state accident-reporting requirement. After investigating, the state determined that the company did not violate the requirement. A Page B4 story Tuesday cited a state official’s comment that the company did not report a workplace accident “in a timely manner.”

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