CT Attorney General
{Office of the Secretary of the State}
55 Elm Street
Hartford, CT 06106

(860) 808-5318

(860) 808-5387
{News and Announcements}
Thursday, April 13, 2017
Statement from AG Jepsen on Governor Malloy's Announcement
  "Governor Malloy and I took office together in 2011, and it has been an honor to serve alongside him as he has worked to address some of the most serious issues facing our state. His task has rarely been easy, but he has never faltered in his commitment to his office or to the people of Connecticut."

Wednesday, April 12, 2017
AG Jepsen Urges Eligible Conn. Residents to Submit Claims for Provigil Settlement
  Attorney General George Jepsen is urging Connecticut residents who may be eligible to participate in and receive funds from a $125 million multistate settlement that resolved anticompetitive conduct involving the drug Provigil to file a claim before time runs out.

Thursday, March 30, 2017
Connecticut Joins Multistate Settlement Resolving Environmental Claims against Volkswagen for Emissions Fraud
  Connecticut will receive $14,846,465 through a multistate settlement with auto-maker Volkswagen that resolves state claims that the company violated environmental laws when it equipped certain diesel vehicles with illegal and undisclosed emissions defeat devices designed to circumvent emissions standards, Attorney General George Jepsen said today.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017
AG Jepsen Joins Colleagues in Opposition to President Trump's Clean Power Plan Executive Order
  Attorney General George Jepsen joined other state attorneys general and chief legal officers of several counties and cities in strongly opposing the executive order signed by President Donald Trump that rolls back the federal Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Clean Power Plan.

Monday, March 20, 2017
Attorney General Jepsen Provides Testimony in Support of Revising the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act
  Attorney General George Jepsen today provided testimony to the legislature's Judiciary Committee in support of Senate Bill 1021, An Act Revising the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act, legislation that aims to prevent bankruptcy courts from ordering colleges and universities to pay back money parents or guardians had paid to send their children to college.