Attorney General George Jepsen says Connecticut can expect air quality improvements as the result of a new agreement with the country’s largest electric power generator.
Attorney General George Jepsen says Connecticut will receive about $1.4 million of a $29 million settlement between Toyota and 29 states as part of a settlement related to its safety recalls.
A new report shows nearly 3,000 Connecticut homeowners have received direct financial relief totaling more than $184 million from a national settlement with the country’s largest mortgage servicers.
Connecticut’s attorney general is criticizing the state’s two major utilities over last fall’s snowstorm cleanup and wants state regulators to reject some reimbursements.
The Justice Department and 15 states, including Connecticut, sued Apple Inc. and major book publishers Wednesday, alleging a conspiracy to raise the price of electronic books they said cost consumers more than $100 million in the past two years by adding $2 to $5 to the price of each e-book.
Attorney General George Jepsen says a national settlement for mortgage abuses has established needed reforms, but he wants lawmakers to use millions from the deal to help struggling homeowners and not unrelated government programs.
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen has asked Wells Fargo & Co. to explain how names and Social Security numbers of state employees were released during the state’s investigation of food stamp fraud allegations.
Connecticut’s attorney general says he will research whether the state’s largest utility broke any laws in its handling of outages that affected thousands of people for more than a week.
Attorney General George Jepsen is asking Connecticut utility regulators to investigate Connecticut Light and Power’s response to last weekend’s autumn nor’easter.
Connecticut’s attorney general has announced settlements of lawsuits that claimed three of the nation’s leading credit rating firms gave artificially low credit ratings to cities and towns.