The panel closes the show with a discussion on the state’s Attorney General and his favorite number, and who is the best running mate for Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden?
Connecticut Attorney General William Tong is investigating five Connecticut businesses for price gouging.
Gun rights supporters are suing Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont and several police officials over the coronavirus-related suspension of fingerprinting services needed to obtain gun and ammunition permits.
Attorneys General urges FCC to get Telecomms to sign pledge to keep people plugged in during pandemic
Attorneys Generals from more than two dozen states are urging the Federal Communications Commission to help protect consumers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Attorney General William Tong and nineteen other attorneys general announced they have filed an amicus brief in support of paid sick leave for airline workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
As if getting married isn’t stressful enough, now brides and grooms across the state are being forced to cancel due to COVID-19.
Connecticut Attorney General William Tong is helping people get refunds after travel plans were canceled because of this global crisis.
Attorney General Tong, State of CT investigating history of complaints against Frontier Communications
During a time when communication is crucial, the state is launching an investigation into a major communications corporation: Frontier Communications.
AG Tong, Dept. of Consumer Protection give guidance on spotting scams asking for charitable giving during coronavirus pandemic
Attorney General William Tong and the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection have released guidelines Thursday for charitable giving during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What attorney generals across the country are doing to stop price gouging.