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    The Observer strives to be accurate and fair. Those values are crucial to our relationship with readers. We are committed to correcting our mistakes promptly. Corrections from all main Observer sections are published here. Errors on Opinion and Viewpoint are corrected on those pages. Errors from our regional publications are corrected on page 2 of those sections. If you see a mistake, call 704-358-5040 or email corrections@charlotteobserver.com.



• A story on Tuesday’s front page about the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Hobby Lobby case gave the incorrect name for the president of Interactive Knowledge Inc., a Charlotte company that develops websites. His name is Tim Songer.

• Because of incorrect information from The Associated Press, a front-page story Friday about a charter school bill incorrectly attributed quotes to Rep. David Lewis, R-Harnett. The amendment to block public release of charter school employees’ names was introduced by Rep. Charles Jeter, R-Mecklenburg, who made the comments about a hostile work environment that were attributed to Lewis.

• A story in the June 29 and July 2 editions of Lake Norman News incorrectly stated that Queen’s Landing in Mooresville would have fireworks on July 4. Queen’s Landing won’t have fireworks this year.

• A brief on page 5A Tuesday about the appointment of Superior Court Judge Louis Bledsoe misidentified his law firm. It is Robinson Bradshaw & Hinson.

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