In an April 10 story about a General Services Administration conference at a Las Vegas resort, The Associated Press erroneously reported that a GSA official was accused of staying an extra night at the resort at taxpayer expense after the conference. The official was accused of staying an extra night during a scouting trip before the conference.
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