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.
Officials Warn of Scam Letter Department of Consumer Protection Commissioner William Rubenstein, Attorney General George Jepsen and Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection Commissioner Dora Schriro are advising residents not to respond to a letter claiming to be from Governor Dannel Malloy and bearing a replica of his signature,informing them that in return for payment to cover state taxes, they will receive the Readers Digest Sweepstakes prize of $5,000,000 and a Mercedes Benz.
Conn. Inmate Wins $12K Verdict Over Foul MattressA Connecticut prisoner who said he was forced to sleep on a mattress that smelled of mildew and missing much of its stuffing was awarded $12,000 Friday by a jury that concluded he suffered cruel and unusual punishment.
AG Withdraws Appeal To High Court For Now Connecticut has withdrawn an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court challenging a ruling that former Gov. John Rowland's administration violated the constitutional rights of 2,800 state employees it laid off in 2003, state Attorney General George Jepsen said Monday.
Coaltion To Honor Those For Raising Domestic Violence Awareness
Attorney General Wants Rowland Case In Supreme CourtConnecticut's attorney general wants the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether former Gov. John G. Rowland's administration violated state employees' constitutional rights when it laid off 2,800 workers in 2003.