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For the record

May 21, 2011

Goodwin Liu: An article in the May 20 LATExtra section about Senate Republicans blocking a vote on the nomination of Goodwin Liu to become a federal judge said that Liu, if confirmed, would have been the first Asian American on the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Liu would have become the only active Asian American judge on that court. A. Wallace Tashima assumed senior status on the court in 2004. In addition, two other Asian Americans, Herbert Choy and Thomas Tang, have served on the 9th Circuit.

"How I Made It": The "How I Made It" feature in the May 15 Business section about QSC Audio Products founder Patrick Quilter said that John Andrews had been QSC's chief executive. He was chief operating officer. Barry Andrews was CEO as well as head of marketing.

Spinal cord treatment: In some copies of the May 20 edition, an article in Section A about a new advance in the treatment of spinal cord injuries said that a man paralyzed from the waist down recovered the ability to stand and take steps after experimental therapy developed at UCLA and the University of Kentucky. The therapy was developed at UCLA and the University of Louisville.

Little Tokyo: A photo in the May 18 LATExtra section accompanying an article about a gymnasium planned for the site of a parking lot on Los Angeles Street near 2nd Street in Little Tokyo actually showed a site at San Pedro and 2nd streets.

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