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>> Regarding Gov. David Ige’s proposed budget, state Sen. Jill Tokuda said, “You’ve put the Legislature in a difficult position by not including some of the very real things that we’re going to be having to deal with and then making us the bad guy.” A displayed quote on Page A1 Friday misattributed the quote to state Rep. Sylvia Luke.

>> In the upcoming film “Go for Broke,” Cole Horibe plays the role of Yoshiaki “Sharkey” Fujitani, and Dann Seki plays his father. A Page A1 caption Friday said Seki was playing Sharkey.

>> The play “Stage Kiss” opens Thursday at Manoa Valley Theatre. A calendar item on Page 4 of Friday’s TGIF section said it opens Friday.

>> The Honolulu Police Commission on Wednesday chose to keep the discussion on Chief Louis Kealoha’s employment private. A Page A1 story Thursday said commission Chairman Max Sword made that decision.

>> Julia Allen, whose letter to the editor, “Facts still argue against rail transit,” appeared Thursday on Page A8, lives in St. Louis Heights, not Kapahulu as stated.

>> A Page A12 Friday letter to the editor, “Credit card hacked at zoo parking lot,” incorrectly stated that a credit card had never been used prior to being used at the Honolulu Zoo parking lot. It had.

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