Paperless, not peerless

In last week's cover story, "Hot contests: Democrats clash in dog days of summer," Paul Garrett's response to his priority issue should have read "paperless" court. It was incorrectly re-typed as "peerless" court.


When I read that he wanted a peerless court I thought, "at least he's honest".

Not that a paperless court is any better. At least he's honest.