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>> Sixty-four percent of 3,868 respondents to Wednesday’s “Big Q” online poll said State Department special agent Christopher Deedy should not be retried, while 36 percent said he should. The results were reversed on Page A2 Thursday.
>> The state Health Department recommends that pregnant women, nursing mothers and young children eat ahi, ono and opah no more than once every two weeks. It further recommends they eat canned tuna, skipjack tuna, grouper, cod, mahimahi and halibut no more than once a week. A Page A1 article Wednesday said those recommendations were for the general public.
>> Jim Rodden, owner of Hawaii Supply, was among the business leaders who helped provide dinner for the University of Hawaii football team at Kapiolani Community College. He was misidentified as Jim Rodin, a Bank of Hawaii vice president, in a Page C5 story Wednesday.