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AG Jepsen: Tribes need federal approval before starting East Windsor casino

Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen is warning the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes not to move forward with plans to build and open a new casino in East Windsor without federal regulatory approval.

State AG says regulators should reject UI’s rate increase request

In a brief filed June 4 with the Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority, Attorney General George Jepsen called on the authority to reject an electric rate increase request from The United Illuminating (UI) Co.

UBS pays state agencies $541,000

As a part of a 2011 multistate settlement, UBS AG will pay Connecticut entities $541,000 in restitution payments for alleged anti-competitive and fraudulent conduct.

‘Are there sacrifices to be made?’

Connecticut voters get their first referendum on Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s handling of the state budget, via November’s Connecticut General Assembly races.

Data breach law looms Oct. 1

Beginning Oct. 1, Connecticut state law will require businesses that suffer data breaches to provide notice to the state attorney general.

Mortgage funds received faster than expected

More Connecticut borrowers are seeing mortgage relief faster than expected since the $25 billion national mortgage foreclosure settlement was reached in April.

Conn. homeowners get $65m in settlement

Between March and June, more than 1,000 Connecticut homeowners received mortgage relief under a $25 billion settlement.

Conn. eBook buyers to receive up to $1.3m

Connecticut consumers will receive up to $1.3 million, following a settlement with three publishers over eBook price-fixing allegations.

AG: “Meaningful” penalties for CL&P

Connecticut’s attorney general aims to thwart Northeast Utilities from recouping additional money from ratepayers for storm recovery costs.

State sues Stamford dental practice

Attorney General George Jepsen sued a Stamford dentist in the wake of his arrest last month.

Conn. outlines mortgage settlement

Connecticut will help homeowners with its share of the proceeds from a national mortgage settlement.

Northeast Utilities: ‘Hard’ look at cuts

Northeast Utilities is looking to accelerate savings, with job cuts allowed under its agreement with Connecticut’s attorney general.

Northeast Utilities: ‘Hard’ look at cuts

Northeast Utilities is looking to accelerate savings, with job cuts allowed under its agreement with Connecticut’s attorney general.

DOJ, Conn. sue Apple over e-book pricing

The U.S. Department of Justice, along with Connecticut, sued Apple Inc. and book publishers over alleged stifling of e-book prices.

Conn. weighs action vs. State Street

Conneticut’s attorney general is considering legal action against State Street Bank over foreign exchange trades.