WSJ corrected error in editorial but repeated another error in the correction
The Wall Street Journal issued a correction of a date in a June 8 editorial , but failed to correct the second substantive falsehood in the same sentence. At the time, Media Matters for America first noted  the Journal editorial's false assertion that then-Pennsylvania Gov. Bob Casey was prevented from speaking at the 1992 Democratic National Convention "because he was pro-life."
Fellow Democrats prevented Pennsylvania Governor Bob Casey from speaking at the 1992 Democratic Convention because he was pro-life. The year was misstated in Wednesday's editorial "Senate Holdup."
In fact, Casey was denied a speaking slot at the convention because he refused to endorse the Clinton-Gore presidential ticket . In addition, other Democrats who opposed abortion rights did speak to the 1992 convention, as well as every subsequent convention. The editorial originally claimed that Casey was denied a speaking slot at the 1988 convention, at which he did speak. (The date in the online version of the editorial has been corrected.)