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Because of incorrect information provided by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the district of Arizona, the Tucson International Airport lounge where a U.S. Army specialist who was sentenced for bribery worked was incorrect in a story on Page 2A Friday. Christina M. Swenson worked in the airport’s hospitality lounge, where she arranged transportation for soldiers traveling to Fort Huachuca.

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