In this Dec. 21, 2016, file photo, Miracle Stewart, right, an employee of Amazon PrimeNow, prepares bags to fill with orders from customers making purchases, at a distribution hub in New York. The e-commerce giant won approval from Kannapolis City Council Monday night for a new 1 million square-foot, $85 million distribution center.
In this Dec. 21, 2016, file photo, Miracle Stewart, right, an employee of Amazon PrimeNow, prepares bags to fill with orders from customers making purchases, at a distribution hub in New York. The e-commerce giant won approval from Kannapolis City Council Monday night for a new 1 million square-foot, $85 million distribution center. Bebeto Matthews AP
In this Dec. 21, 2016, file photo, Miracle Stewart, right, an employee of Amazon PrimeNow, prepares bags to fill with orders from customers making purchases, at a distribution hub in New York. The e-commerce giant won approval from Kannapolis City Council Monday night for a new 1 million square-foot, $85 million distribution center. Bebeto Matthews AP

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