SAN FRANCISCO - California Attorney General Jerry Brown is investigating allegations of bid-rigging in sales of derivatives and guaranteed investment contracts to municipalities.

Christine Gasparac, a spokeswoman for Brown, confirmed a report that the state has joined Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal and Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum in launching antitrust investigations. She would not provide any details or name the targets of the inquiry.

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