Six Charged With Rigging Connecticut Lottery GameConnecticut authorities have charged six people in connection with a scheme to manipulate the state lottery into issuing more winning tickets on one instant game.
Consumer Protection Commissioner Retiring
Many Connecticut Applications For Medical Pot Program Applications for licenses to produce and dispense medical marijuana in Connecticut are dominated by in-state entrepreneurs.
Fine Threatened At Dumpy Trailer ParkOfficials find vermin and abandoned buildings at a Branford mobile home park.
DCP Warns of Phone Scam
Applications Available for Medical Marijuana Producers and Dispensaries
Agency Steps Up Enforcement of Liquor Laws
Hotel's Stay Policy Violated State Law During Storm SandyThe Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection says a Stamford hotel tried to require longer than usual stays during Superstorm Sandy last October and will forfeit $1,800 to the state.
State Uses Alcohol Awareness Month To Regulate, EducateThe state Department of Consumer Protection is using this Alcohol Awareness Month to highlight the results of ongoing compliance and enforcement efforts to raise awareness when it comes to underage drinking.
State Investigating New Jersey Based PharmacyThe Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection and the Department of Public Health are both investigating a New Jersey based compound pharmacy. This comes after officials learned that a Connecticut hospital received some bags of intravenous solution that appeared cloudy with visible floating particles, which may have been contaminated.
Lawmakers Consider Liquor Pricing Bill