In another example, on March 2, 2007, reported that then- New York Senator and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had been incorrectly listed for 20 months in her Wikipedia biography as valedictorian of her class of 1969 at Wellesley College , when in fact she was not (though she did speak at commencement ).  The article included a link to the Wikipedia edit,  where the incorrect information was added on July 9, 2005. The inaccurate information was removed within 24 hours after the report appeared. 
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