SAN FRANCISCO — The California State Controller's Office has filed a motion in the Vallejo, Calif., bankruptcy case, saying state intercept funds should be used to protect debt owners.

The motion filed by the Attorney General's Office on behalf of Controller John Chiang asks for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of California to allow it to intervene in the case to help protect a state program that uses fees to support credit.

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