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NY and CT attorneys general push for Equal Rights Amendment ratification

The original ERA ratification deadline was 1979, later extended to 1982.

AG Tong seeks assurances contact tracing apps don’t violate privacy

Tong sought assurance the new apps will be affiliated with a public health authority.

AG Tong seeks temporary federal halt on fossil fuel infrastructure projects

"Now is not the time to rush these projects," said Tong.

What’s next for Tweed Airport?

"My phone has been ringing from carriers that want to come to New Haven," said Sean Scanlon, Tweed's executive director.

State investigates customer service complaints against Frontier Communications

The agencies noted the receipt of more than 1,000 consumer complaints about Frontier since June 2015.

AG Tong warns online retailers to monitor COVID-19 price gouging

"Irresponsible and unethical sellers are using this crisis as an opportunity to profit," said Tong.

AG Tong leads multistate investigation of JUUL Labs

"I will not prejudge where this investigation will lead, but we will follow every fact," said Tong.

Connecticut sues USPS to halt deliveries of foreign cigarettes

Tong accused the USPS of being involved in "illegal smuggling."

NY and CT attorneys general express upset over ruling on T-Mobile...

James and Tong stated they would consider mounting an appeal to the court's ruling.

CT and NY attorneys general file new lawsuit against EPA on...

"Connecticut sits at the end of our nation's tailpipe, inhaling smog from our country's heaviest polluters," said Tong.

NY, CT seek Supreme Court review of Affordable Care Act case

"No one wants to return to the days where insurers discriminated against patients with so-called pre-existing conditions," said Tong.

NY and CT attorneys general join to support ACA contraception coverage

New York Attorney General Letitia James called the case "another attempt to control women’s bodies, their choices and their freedom."

NY and CT take dim view of Energy Department rollback on...

New York Attorney General Letitia James called the rollback a "not-so-bright idea."

CT attorney general seeks federal cooperation on achieving clean energy goals

"Connecticut has committed to a carbon free electric grid by 2040, but we can't get there with FERC tying our hands," said Tong.

CT and NY receive funds in federal-state Suboxone settlement

Connecticut will receive $18.8 million and New York will receive $71.9 million.