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TUCSON - The Tucson Citizen won't be forced to resume publication. A federal judge ruled Tuesday that the Arizona Attorney General's Office failed to show that the Citizen's owner, Gannett Co., violated antitrust laws. The state has contended that closing the Citizen with the May 16 issue is eliminating competition and fostering a monopoly situation ...

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