In last week's News story "Women's Health Care in Political Jeopardy ... Again," about Sen. Robert Deuell's challenge to the way the state funds the Women's Health Program, we mistakenly attributed to the Health and Human Services Commission data about the number of clients served by Planned Parenthood's Texas clinics. In fact, the data came from Planned Parenthood – which compiled it from preliminary HHSC numbers – and reflects services that went toward family planning as well as WHP clients. In addition, HHSC has provided an update on the percentage of the clients served in the WHP: 40%.

An item in the "Headlines" column of the News section contained incorrect information about Aaron S. Williams, co-founder and director of the Austin Art + Music Partnership, who died earlier this month. Williams was not affiliated with the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians, as an earlier press release had stated.

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