CHICAGO – In a story Feb. 7 about a lack of progress by a commission established to right the wrongs of Chicago's police torture scandal, The Associated Press erroneously reported that the commission hasn't met since August and cancelled an October meeting. The commission postponed, but didn't cancel, an October meeting, and met later that month. It did cancel its meetings in December and February, as reported.
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