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Oct 21 2017
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Many smaller cities that raised their hands didn't offer much in the way of incentives. But they only have only a slim chance of attracting Amazon anyway.

Nashville Mayor Megan Barry said she'd rather see the city invest in public infrastructure.

"We sent them a letter. We said, 'Hey, we'd love to have you,'" Barry said. "It's much more important for us to pass a $5.2 billion transit initiative than it is to worry about Amazon."

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