Corrections for the Week of June 27 

The OPD's crowd-control policies, Jayden David's CBD medication, and the setting of My Breakfast with Blassie.

Our June 20 news story, "Damning Report of OPD," contained an error regarding the year in which the current OPD crowd-control policy was implemented. The correct year was 2004, not 2003.

In our June 20 Culture Spy, "He's a Legend," we got wrong the location where the movie My Breakfast with Blassie was filmed; it was the (unfortunately named) Sambo's, not Denny's.

In our June 20 cover story, "Turning Pot Into Medicine," we incorrectly stated that the first tincture Jason David gave his son Jayden was lower in CBD potency than the second one he gave him. We meant to say it was higher in CBD.

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