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.
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen is beginning to review allegations lodged by state employee union leaders that a conservative think tank has deliberately tried to interfere with the ratification process of a key labor savings and concessions deal.
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen has asked Citigroup Inc. for more detailed information about a data breach it disclosed recently.
The Connecticut attorney general’s office will be asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit claiming the recently approved state budget is unconstitutional.
Connecticut’s new attorney general says he’s closing his predecessor’s investigation of the Sleepy’s mattress company because there’s no evidence of a bedbug infestation or violations of state law.
Connecticut officials say a bus company’s operating license is in limbo as regulators investigate why it allegedly used unregistered, uninsured buses for a school field trip to Washington, D.C.