In this Nov. 2018 photo, New York City Councillor Jimmy Van Bramer (center) speaks during a coalition rally and press conference of elected officials, community organizations and unions opposing Amazon headquarters getting subsidies to locate in the New York neighborhood of Long Island City, Queens. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, File)

In this Nov. 2018 photo, New York City Councillor Jimmy Van Bramer (center) speaks during a coalition rally and press conference of elected officials, community organizations and unions opposing Amazon headquarters getting subsidies to locate in the New York neighborhood of Long Island City, Queens. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, File)

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