Jepsen: State Laws Don't Address Deteriorating FoundationsConnecticut Attorney General George Jepsen is reiterating that state consumer protection laws don't provide relief to homeowners with deteriorating foundations, believed to be crumbling because of a naturally occurring mineral.
Tribe Seeks $610M Against State In LawsuitThe Kent-based Schaghticoke Tribal Nation has filed a lawsuit against the State of Connecticut, seeking at least $610 million for land the tribe says was taken from it generations ago, without compensation.
Connecticut To Appeal Landmark Education RulingConnecticut's attorney general will appeal a landmark court ruling declaring the state's education funding system unconstitutional and calling for reforms.
CT To Receive $16M In VW SettlementConnecticut is set to receive over $16 million as part of a nationwide settlement with Volkswagen over emissions fraud.
Jepsen Tapped As Attorneys General PresidentConnecticut Attorney General George Jepsen has been elected president of the National Association of Attorneys General.
Mineral In Concrete Aggregate Blamed For Faulty FoundationsConnecticut officials say the first round of testing on crumbling home foundations in the state determined that a mineral found in concrete aggregate is to blame for their decay.
State Revokes Pension Over Embezzlement
Jepsen Joins Herbal Remedy ProbeConnecticut Attorney General George Jepsen is joining New York's attorney general in an investigation of the herbal supplement industry.
State To Share In AT&T Settlement
CT. Attorney General Investigating J.P.Morgan Chase BreachThe attorneys general of Illinois and Connecticut will look into a breach of JPMorgan Chase's computer servers.
Cyber Security Conference Today In Hartford
Electric Consumer Protection Bill Heads to HouseConsumer protections that promise more transparent billing and marketing by electricity suppliers in Connecticut unanimously cleared the state Senate on Tuesday.