State Officials Oppose Federal Cybersecurity Legislation State officials say proposed federal legislation could strip Connecticut residents of cybersecurity protections included in a new state law.
State A Leader In $1.38 Billion SettlementConnecticut was a lead state in a federal-state action which resulted in a $1.4 billion settlement from rating agenci Standard & Poor's. The state's share of the settlement will be $36 million.
Three-Way Race For Connecticut Attorney GeneralThree candidates with sharp ideological differences are running for Connecticut attorney general in a campaign that has seemed largely subdued with few TV ads and no outside money pouring in.
States Charge Fraud By "Mortgage-Relief" Operation Attorneys general in Connecticut and Florida have filed a federal lawsuit against those behind a scheme which they say collected four and three-quarter million dollars from distressed homeowners.
AG Report Backs Calls for More Transparency From HospitalsProposals would address "facility fees" and hospital-acquired physician practices.
Electric Prices Jump For Customers Of Some Power Suppliers Connecticut's attorney general and consumer advocate warned electricity customers on Thursday about price spikes by some power suppliers that are nearly double what the two regulated utilities are charging.
Jepsen Joins FTC In Settlement With Dietary Supplement CompaniesConnecticut Attorney General George Jepsen says he and the Federal Trade Commission have obtained a $32.7 million settlement against three dietary supplement companies and their owner for alleged deceptive marketing practices.
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State Withdraws Appeal Over Trooper StaffingConnecticut's attorney general has withdrawn an appeal of a court decision that found the administration was required to keep a minimum level of state troopers.
National Gun Industry Group Sues Connecticut Over Gun Control Law Connecticut's new gun law is being challenged again in court, with a national industry group claiming the legislation was passed illegally without proper public input or time for adequate review by state legislators.
Chimp Attack Victim Denied Permission To Sue StateA Connecticut woman disfigured in a chimpanzee attack was denied permission Friday to sue the state for $150 million.
Attorney General, Consumer Protection Ask Sandy Hook Charities For DisclosuresConnecticut authorities want to make sure that the public knows how the millions of dollars donated in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings is being spent.