Connecticut Joins Multi-State Net-Neutrality LawsuitAttorney General George Jepsen said Tuesday "the internet should always remain open and free."
States Seek To Expand Lawsuit Against Generic Drug-MakersConnecticut's attorney general and 45 of his colleagues are seeking to expand a federal antitrust lawsuit against generic drug-makers to include more manufacturers and medications, as well as senior executives at two companies.
States Expand Investigation of Opioid Makers, DistributorsAttorneys general from most states are broadening their investigation into the opioid industry as a nationwide overdose crisis continues to claim thousands of lives.
State Senator Questions Legality of Gov. Malloy's Executive OrderThe Republican leader in the state Senate is questioning the legality of Governor Dannel P. Malloy's revised executive order that dramatically shifts how state education aid is distributed.
Connecticut To Share In $18.5M Settlement With TargetConnecticut Attorney General George Jepsen says Connecticut and Illinois played a leading role in the largest multi-state data breach settlement to date.
Generic Drugmakers Want Antitrust Lawsuit DismissedSix generic drugmakers are asking a federal judge to dismiss a 40-state lawsuit accusing them of artificially inflating and manipulating prices to reduce competition for antibiotic and oral diabetes medication.
New Solicitor General Named In ConnecticutA veteran assistant attorney general has been named Connecticut's new solicitor general.
Connecticut Leads 20-State Lawsuit Over Drug PricingConnecticut is leading a 20-state lawsuit against six generic drug-makers, alleging they artificially inflated and manipulated prices to reduce competition for an antibiotic and oral diabetes medication.
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.