Corrections for the Week of July 2 

Who is working on Berkeley's soda tax measure and the status of CDCR's new censorship regulations.

Our June 18 Eco Watch, "Activists Push for Berkeley Soda Tax," erroneously stated that current members of the Berkeley Public Health Department were working to get a soda tax measure on the November ballot. In fact, it's retirees and other former members of the Berkeley Public Health Department who are doing so. Also, our June 18 news story, "Prisons Adopt New Censorship Rules," erroneously stated that the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) is currently implementing the new censorship regulations. The CDCR plans to institute them, but had not yet finalized its decision when the story went to print.

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