Jepsen Among AGs Suing Trump Administration Over Water RuleEleven Democratic state attorneys general sued President Trump's administration over its decision to delay implementation of an Obama-era rule that would have expanded the number waterways protected by the Clean Water Act.
Attorneys General In Several States Oppose Federal Tips PlanAttorneys general in over a dozen states oppose a federal Department of Labor proposal to let employers control the tips of some hourly employees.
Ray Dunaway: No Third Term For George JepsenGeorge Jepsen on Monday released a statement announcing that he will not run for reelection as Connecticut's Attorney General in the coming year.
Jepsen Joins AGs In Opposing Transgender Military BanConnecticut Attorney General George Jepsen is joining 13 of his colleagues in a brief opposing President Trump's decision to ban transgender men and women from serving in the military.
Connecticut to Join Suit to Stop Trump Health Care OrderDemocratic Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman says the move will make it harder for insurers to do business in Connecticut.
State Law Limiting Tweed Runway Length UpheldA federal judge has ruled in favor of Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen in a dispute with Tweed-New Haven Airport over the length of the airport's main runway.
After Breach, Jepsen, AGs Want Equifax To Nix Fee-Based ServicesCount state Attorney General George Jepsen as among those who want to disable links to fee-based credit monitoring being offered by Equifax in wake of a breach that impacted over 140 million U.S. citizens.
Connecticut Joins DACA SuitGovernor Dannel Malloy and state Attorney General George Jepsen are announcing the state is joining a coalition of 14 other states as well as the District of Columbia in filing suit against the Trump Administration over its plans to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
RBS Settles With Connecticut For $120 Million Over Mortgage-Back SecuritiesThe State of Connecticut and RBS Securities Inc. have reportedly reached a record $120 million settlement over the company’s underwriting of residential mortgage-back securities prior to the 2008 Great Recession.
Connecticut Supreme Court To Review Landmark School RulingThe Connecticut Supreme Court will hear an expedited appeal of a landmark court ruling declaring the state's education funding system unconstitutional.
Jepsen Warns Fantasy Sports Bill Could Risk Tribal DealConnecticut's attorney general is warning state legislative leaders that a bill authorizing fantasy sports could jeopardize the state's slot machine revenue-sharing agreement with the two federally recognized Indian tribes.
Judge Ends Receivership Of Schooner AmistadA Connecticut judge has ended state receivership over the Amistad schooner and dissolved the embattled organization that had operated the vessel.