Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Tuesday he has not received a subpoena to testify in a federal investigation into the Connecticut Democratic Party’s fundraising efforts during the 2014 elections.
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Feds, UConn faculty settle conflict-of-interest case
A handful of professors at the University of Connecticut have agreed to pay $400,000 to settle claims that they inappropriately used federal research grants for a tech company three of them owned while not accurately disclosing their role in the company. The professors did not admit wrongdoing in the settlement.
Former top CT House GOP aide pleads to mail fraud
George Gallo, the former chief of staff to the House Republican minority in Hartford, pleaded guilty Monday to one count of mail fraud related to his steering GOP candidates to a direct mail company that paid him $117,000, the U.S. attorney’s office said.
House GOP releases grand jury subpoenas
Copies of federal subpoenas released Friday by the House Republican office show the U.S. attorney’s office seeking a wide range of documents relating to the GOP’s campaign committees and its departed chief of staff, George Gallo. He was the only individual named in the subpoenas.