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Purdue Pharma reportedly studying bankruptcy options to avoid lawsuits

Connecticut Attorney General William Tong said, “We will oppose any attempt to avoid our claims, and will continue to vigorously and aggressively pursue our claims against Purdue and the Sackler family.”

Former AG Jepsen becomes partner at Shipman & Goodwin

Jepsen and Perry Zinn Rowthorn, his former chief deputy attorney general, will run the firm’s newly formed State Attorneys General Practice Group.

Connecticut receives $5.2M in multistate Wells Fargo settlement

Connecticut's share of the settlement will be deposited in the state's general fund.

Connecticut sues Purdue Pharma over opioid crisis

Attorney General George Jepsen said the company "peddled a series of falsehoods" on opioid safety claims.

After Obamacare ruled unconstitutional, CT lawmakers and health care officials scramble

“We are committed to upholding the ACA and the support it provides to the residents of our state,” said AHCT CEO James Michel.

CT receiving $4.5M from multistate settlement on Uber data breach

"Companies in possession of personal information have a responsibility under Connecticut law to keep that information safe," said Attorney General George Jepsen.

CT sues compounding pharmacy, ex-state employees over kickback scheme

The defendants include 10 former employees of the Department of Correction and a former employee of the Department of Developmental Services.

Electric vehicle market growing, but fed attitude complicates picture

The Trump administration’s efforts to roll back auto emissions standards is a "screw you" to Connecticut and other states, according to Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Commissioner Rob Klee.

Connecticut and New York win against EPA in pollution lawsuit

Connecticut and New York won a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for failing to comply with the Clean Air Act’s requirement to control the smog pollution from upwind states.

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal’s son Matthew running for state house

The younger Blumenthal is an attorney with Bridgeport firm Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder and a Marine Corps Reserve veteran.

Bridgeport casino bill moves forward

The bill was sent to the House on Friday, after earlier indications that it would die in committee.

Federal court backs Connecticut in lawsuit against EPA over emissions petition

U.S. District Judge Warren Eginton faulted the agency for violating the Clean Air Act by not responding to the petition within a 60-day time limit.

Owner of APT Foundation pays $884K for improper Medicaid filings

The APT Foundation Inc. provides methadone maintenance and detoxification services.

State Rep. William Tong, former Rep. John Shaban to seek Conn....

Last month Tong was elected to his sixth term in the legislature, where he is co-chairman of the Judiciary Committee.

Connecticut AG George Jepsen will not seek re-election

Jepsen referred to his job as “the greatest honor of my professional life,” but added that he felt it was time to “pursue different challenges.”