Attorney General William Tong is investigating whether Cos Cob assistant principal Jeremy Boland illegally discriminated against conservatives.
The company agreed to spend more than $40 million to upgrade internet service in economically distressed urban and rural communities.
Officials will proceed with the typical public meeting, albeit in a new location, despite William Tong’s ask for a more formal hearing.
Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling could open the door to challenges in a state that has some of the most restrictive gun policies in the U.S.
Connecticut Attorney General William Tong has filed an appeal of a judge’s approval of Stamford-based Purdue Pharma’s bankruptcy plan.
Healthcare advocates hope CT will dedicate all of its settlement with opioid manufacturers to fight addiction.
The deal is part of a larger, $26 billion settlement the companies negotiated with state and local governments.
Authorizing a nine-member panel to invest state tax receipts in cities likely would violate the Constitution, the attorney general says.
Connecticut’s attorney general said the state’s price-gouging law was no match for COVID profiteers
The ruling came in response to a challenge filed in June by the owner of a small pub in Milford.
The legal fights over Tuesday’s election results could eclipse Bush v. Gore
As America heads into Election Day, environmentalists are warning that time for turning back climate change impacts is running short.
State utility regulators will hold an emergency meeting Friday to consider renewing key moratoriums on electricity and other service shut-offs.
Connecticut on Monday joined a list of states using litigation to hold fossil fuel companies accountable for causing climate change.
An unconventional political convention closed Thursday night with the Connecticut delegation on the infield dirt of a minor league ballpark.