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Jepsen Wants Info On Citigroup Data Breach

Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen has asked Citigroup Inc. for more detailed information about a data breach it disclosed recently.

06/14/2011

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State Will Ask Judge To Dismiss Budget Lawsuit

The Connecticut attorney general’s office will be asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit claiming the recently approved state budget is unconstitutional.

05/18/2011

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State Puts Mattress Investigation To Rest

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.

04/27/2011

transitbus

Tour Company License In Limbo After Fairfield School Trip

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.

04/14/2011

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Call For Review of NU-NStar Merger

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (AP) _ Several Connecticut officials want state regulators to review Northeast Utilities’ proposed $4.67 billion purchase of a Massachusetts power company. The state Department of Public Utility Control held a hearing Friday […]

03/25/2011

PLATEGATE

Auditors Review “Plate-gate” Complaint

The state’s Auditors of Public Accounts are reviewing a whistleblower complaint about a top aide to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy who released federally and state-protected license plate numbers to a columnist.

02/11/2011

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Heating Oil Company Closes

A New Britain-based heating oil company has closed.  Attorney General George Jepsen says his office has been advised that C.F. Oil on South Main Street in New Britain is in talks to sell the family-owned […]

02/04/2011

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States, Google Reach Agreement on Wireless Data

Connecticut’s attorney general says a new agreement has been reached with Google, allowing negotiations to begin over the company’s collection of data from unsecured wireless networks in the state.

01/28/2011

Federal Prosecutor Dannehy Named #2 in State A-G Office

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut Attorney General-elect George Jepsen says he’s picked veteran federal prosecutor Nora Dannehy to be his second-in-command. Jepsen, a Democrat, named the 49-year-old Glastonbury resident as his choice for deputy attorney […]

12/10/2010

Judge Dismisses Dean Lawsuit Against Jepsen in A-G Race

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A Connecticut judge has dismissed a lawsuit by the Republican attorney general candidate over the credentials of her opponent, who won Tuesday’s election. Hartford Superior Court Judge Julia Aurigemma on Wednesday […]

11/03/2010

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