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June 16, 2013 12:00 AM

Dixon citizens cite political pressures to push studio deal through

While Dixon city officials say no one has been harmed by Carissa Carpenter's sinking studio proposal, some property owners say they felt pressured by Carpenter's company and key city officials to sell their land or face potential economic consequences.

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