Consumer advocates say refineries may have falsified information

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Consumer Watchdog, saying that refineries operating in the state may have falsified information to help boost gasoline prices, wants the California attorney general to launch a criminal investigation.

The advocacy group made its request in a letter to state Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris.

“It appears that California’s oil refineries falsified public information to drive up the price of gasoline,” Consumer Watchdog’s president, Jamie Court, and energy project director, Liza Tucker, said in the letter.