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The attorney general of Washington, D.C., is suing Amazon, claiming the company used its monopoly power to keep other retailers on its platforms from selling products cheaper elsewhere. NBC News’ Leticia Miranda breaks down what the Washington, D.C. attorney general is alleging and how Amazon is reacting to the lawsuit.