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AGs Pen Letter in Support of EPA Finding on Dangers of Aircraft Fuel Lead Emissions

A group of 12 AGs wrote a comment letter to the EPA in support of the agency’s proposed finding that lead emissions from aircraft fuel cause or contribute to air pollution that may reasonably be anticipated to endanger public health or welfare (the “Proposed Endangerment Finding”). In the letter, the AGs provide state-level data for…

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Multistate AG Coalition Settles with CVS and Walgreens for $10.7 Billion over Opioid Allegations

A group of 18 AGs reached agreements with CVS Health Corporation and CVS Pharmacy, Inc., and separately with Walgreens Co., to resolve allegations regarding the companies’ roles in contributing to the nationwide opioid crisis. The states have until the end of 2022 to formally join the agreements, which then will go to local governments for…

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AG Tong Settles with Frontier Over Slow Internet and Deceptive Marketing Allegations

Connecticut AG William Tong reached a settlement with internet service provider Frontier Communications and its subsidiaries and related entities (collectively, “Frontier”) to resolve allegations that Frontier violated the state’s Unfair Trade Practices Act (CUTPA) by misrepresenting internet speeds, as well as engaging in several misleading marketing, sales, and customer services practices.

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AG Tong Settles with Eversource over Unfair Trade Practices

Connecticut AG William Tong has reached a $1.8 million settlement with Eversource to resolve allegations that the company violated the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act by using deceptive, high-pressure tactics to entice consumers to convert to natural gas.

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AG Tong Settles with Connecticut Electric Supplier

Connecticut AG William Tong and the state’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority Office of Education, Outreach and Enforcement (PURA) reached a settlement with third-party electric supplier Public Power to resolve allegations that the company failed to publish “next cycle rate” information as required by Connecticut law. This information provides consumers with information about upcoming rate increases, and provides them an opportunity to switch electricity suppliers.

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