The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from former Connecticut Gov. John G.Rowland over claims his administration violated state employees’ constitutional rights when it laid off 2,800 workers based on their union membership in 2003.
Connecticut has withdrawn an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court challenging a ruling that former Gov. John Rowland’s administration violated the constitutional rights of 2,800 state employees it laid off in 2003, state Attorney General George Jepsen said Monday.
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.
By DAVE COLLINS Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A federal appeals court has ruled that former Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland’s administration violated state employees’ constitutional rights when it laid off 2,800 workers based […]
A Federal Communications Commission official says the agency won’t be investigating a complaint raising questions about former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland’s work on a congressional campaign while he continued hosting a radio show.
Federal investigations are casting shadows over two candidates’ campaigns in the closely watched 5th Congressional District, an unusual development for a single race in a state dubbed “Corrupticut” after an earlier outbreak of scandals.
Former Gov. John G. Rowland has stepped down as a volunteer to Republican Lisa Wilson-Foley’s congressional campaign.
A congressional candidate said Wednesday former Gov. John G. Rowland was paid $5,000 per month to work as a consultant to her husband’s company, a disclosure that came in response to sharp criticism from an opponent.