2013-04-06T00:00:00Z Corrections Arizona Daily Star
April 06, 2013 12:00 am

• A correction March 12 on Page A2 misspelled the last name of John M. Bourque, the former CEO of local armor maker Bourque Industries, as well as the company's name. He was in the news for a drunken-driving conviction and sentencing.

• A box accompanying the story "Tuition, fees will rise 3% for most UA students" on A2 Friday misstated the Arizona Board of Regents' direction to its staff regarding tuition breaks for young illegal immigrants. The regents asked their staff to look at reducing tuition for such students, but not to the same level as in-state students.

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