An earlier version of Global Insider misspelled Claudio Descalzi's last name.
This newsletter has been updated to clarify that Jamaal Bowman's clash with Sean Patrick Maloney is not over them running in the same district.
An earlier version of National Security Daily misidentified Sen. Steve Daines' political affiliation.
An earlier version of this article misidentified Rajiv Ranjan, associate professor of international politics at Shanghai University’s College of Liberal Arts.
An earlier version of this newsletter misstated the publisher of a Diablo Canyon study that came out last fall.
An earlier version of this newsletter incorrectly listed Ashley Biden among the attendees at the John and Lillian Miles Lewis Foundation's gala.
An earlier version of China Watcher incorrectly identified the joint EU-Japan statement and misspelled the name of Rajiv Ranjan, associate professor of international politics at Shanghai University’s College of Liberal Arts.
An earlier edition of Ottawa Playbook misidentified Brian Tobin’s position at BMO Financial Group. He is the vice chair.
An earlier version of this newsletter misspelled the name of Angelica Duque, a legislative assistant for Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.).
In Illinois, there is no law requiring physicians to provide abortions, and an attorney general opinion states that physicians can delegate medical care, but advanced practice clinicians do not currently perform procedural abortions absent additional clarity from the Legislature.