Prop. 23 is a money saver, Valero contends

The Texas oil company says its big Wilmington refinery would face prohibitive new costs, which it would have to pass on to consumers, if there’s no relief from California’s new emissions law. The Valero oil refinery sprawls over 140 acres beside the Port of Long Beach, a treeless tangle of steel pipes, smokestacks, boilers and storage tanks fenced in by chain link and razor wire.

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Prop. 23 is a money saver, Valero contends

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