In a story July 26 about a ballot issue in Ohio on the federal health care overhaul, The Associated Press erroneously reported that if more than 20 percent of the 546,000 petitions were flawed, the proposed constitutional amendment would still have enough signatures to appear on the ballot. The 546,000 represents signatures, not petitions.
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