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The San Bernardino and Riverside county district attorneys filed a lawsuit against Walmart with the California Attorney General and 10 other California district attorney offices in Alameda Superior Court Dec. 20.

The suit alleges Walmart has illegally disposed of its hazardous waste, medical waste and customer records – which includes personal information, in California landfills ill-equipped to handle them since 2015.

The lawsuit is unjustified, and demands a level of compliance that goes beyond what is required by law, according to Walmart spokesperson Randy Hargrove.

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Walmart operates, owns, licenses and leases more than 300 stores across California, according to the complaint, and 31 across

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