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Attorney General Xavier Becerra tweeted on Tuesday that in traumatic times like these, the state needs help reporting price gouging of essential supplies like food, emergency supplies, medical supplies, building materials, gas and housing.
If you see price gouging in your community, visit this page to file a complaint or call (800) 952-5225 or contact local law enforcement.
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With wildfires ripping across our communities, it’s not only wrong to price gouge, it’s illegal. Report illegal price gouging of essential supplies at https://t.co/9ULofO55RG or call 1(800) 952-5225. #WoolseyFire #CampFire #CaliforniaWildfires @LAPDHQ pic.twitter.com/sHkyLQURPR— Xavier Becerra (@AGBecerra) November 15, 2018