- The Washington Times - Friday, February 22, 2002

A story in yesterday's editions incorrectly reported that Enron Chairman Kenneth L. Lay as a campaign contributor stayed in the Lincoln Bedroom of the White House during the Clinton years. The information was first reported by the Chicago Tribune, which acknowledged yesterday through a spokesman that it was incorrect, although the newspaper has not printed a retraction.

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