Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of April 24

In an April 27 Jurisprudence, Dennis Aftergut misspelled Anne Gorsuch Burford’s last name.

In an April 22 Downtime, Luke Winkie misstated that Infinite Jest was David Foster Wallace’s debut novel. It was his second novel.

In an April 6 Future Tense, Evan Mills misstated that the cannabis industry produces 150 million tons of solid waste annually nationwide.

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