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AG Tong, union say Frontier Communications’ bankruptcy plan may lead to...

Both the attorney general's office and the Department of Consumer Protection are investigating the Norwalk company for possible violations of the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act.

CT launches website to streamline entrepreneurs start and manage their businesses

Now live, the portal -- business.ct.gov – will allow users to communicate with several state agencies in one seamless interaction, allowing them to get their work done more quickly.

Lamont on reopening CT: So far, so good, but casinos still...

Six days in to Phase 1 of reopening the state, the picture in Connecticut is good, at least on an anecdotal basis. So said Gov. Ned Lamont at his daily briefing today. However, he noted, disagreement with the tribal owners over their planned June 1 reopening continues.

Connecticut expands medical marijuana program to cover 10 more conditions

There are currently over 27,000 patients benefiting from the state's program.

Stamford approves medical marijuana dispensary

The operators of Kind Care LLC have until April 9 to apply with the state for final approval.

Connecticut approves three more conditions for medical marijuana treatment

Connecticut will now allow sufferers of hydrocephalus with intractable headaches, intractable migraines, and trigeminal neuralgia to be legally treated via medical marijuana.

Westport planning and zoning approves medical marijuana dispensaries

There are currently nine such dispensaries in the state, including one in Fairfield County in Bethel.

Michelle Seagull named state’s consumer protection chief

Michelle Seagull had been serving as the agency's acting commissioner since Jonathan Harris’ resignation last month.

Harris, eying run for governor, resigns as Consumer Protection Commissioner

Jonathan A. Harris' resume includes serving as mayor of West Hartford and as a state senator representing the 5th Senatorial District.

Conn. physicians panel OKs four more conditions for medical marijuana treatment

At present there are more than 15,000 medical marijuana patients in the state and nearly 600 physicians registered to treat patients.

Connecticut steps up fight against costly opioid addiction

Connecticut is on pace to record 888 drug overdoses this year, compared with 729 in 2015 and 568 in 2014.

State seeks to take leading position in expanding marijuana market

The legal marijuana market in the U.S. could be worth nearly $23 billion by 2020.

Total Wine agrees to fine, will stop advertising liquor priced below...

The agreement does not affect Total Wine’s lawsuit challenging the law.

BevMax joins fight against state’s minimum pricing law for alcohol

BevMax and Total Wine & More are now both under investigation by state authorities.

Total Wine & More under investigation for violating state pricing law

The chain ran a series of ads touting how its prices were lower than the state’s “mandated price” on the same day it filed the suit.