Connecticut’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.
Connecticut’s attorney general is giving the organization that owns the replica schooner Amistad until the end of the week to produce some financial documents.
State Attorney General George Jepsen has a warning for consumers: ignore robocalls from a person on the other end claiming to be from “cardmember services”. Jepsen says they’re only scammers offering to significantly lower credit […]
Conn. AG: No Basis To Hold State Liable For $100M For 6-Year-Old Newtown Survivor’s Trauma, Injuries
Connecticut’s attorney general says there appears to be no basis to support a lawyer’s request to sue the state for $100 million over the Newtown school shootings on behalf of a 6-year-old survivor.
The state Supreme Court today ruled that the state can sue contractors responsible for building a leaky law library at the UConn Law School in Hartford.
A woman mauled by a chimpanzee should not be allowed to sue the state, because taxpayers should not be held financially liable for injuries inflicted by a privately owned animal, a Connecticut official said.
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen says the state’s energy and environmental commissioner acted properly when he asked state utility regulators to halt a final decision on Connecticut Light & Power’s application to install advanced electricity meters.
Connecticut’s attorney general says he’s reached a settlement with two hotel owners and a hotel management company over his accusations that they fixed room rates.
State cracks down on contractor fraud