In a story June 5 about a ballot initiative to increase taxes on tobacco products, The Associated Press erroneously reported fundraising figures for supporters of the measure. The campaign for Proposition 29 raised about $12 million, not $18 million. The error also was repeated in versions of the California primary roundup story.
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