Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Monday targeted’s COVID-19 workplace practices, asking a Sacramento judge to enforce investigative subpoenas he said the online retailing giant has not sufficiently answered.

The state’s petition to compel compliance, filed in Sacramento County Superior Court, said California began asking in May for documents related to workplace conditions at Amazon facilities in the state. A series of back-and-forth exchanges ensued that Becerra said failed to meet his request for information, even after the state’s lawyers narrowed the scope of its inquiry from approximately 150 Amazon facilities in California to seven.

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