Connecticut

CCSU and Ct Labor Dept Security Breaches Investigated By Attorney General

February 17, 2012
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CCSU and Ct Labor Dept Security Breaches Investigated By Attorney General

Ct Attorney General George Jepsen is seeking more information from the state Department of Labor and Central Connecticut State University about security breaches that may have opened Social Security numbers and other personal information to unauthorized view. In separate letters to state Department of Labor Commissioner Glenn Marshall and Central Connecticut State University President...

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Granny Snatching: Social Security Status Doesn’t Exempt Connecticut Seniors from Paying Taxes!

February 16, 2012
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Granny Snatching: Social Security Status Doesn’t Exempt Connecticut Seniors from Paying Taxes!

It’s tax season again; have you seen the commercials on television? Use this tax preparer, get that software, be worry free and leave it all to the professionals! OK, I admit, since my wife’s degree is in accounting and since she does small business finances for a living, I leave it to her. I...

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Jepsen Wants NU To Prove Merger With NSTAR Will Benefit Customers

February 14, 2012
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Jepsen Wants NU To Prove Merger With NSTAR Will Benefit Customers

Attorney General George Jepsen asked state utility regulators Tuesday to require Northeast Utilities and Boston-based NSTAR to demonstrate how their proposed merger is in the public interest. “The Applicants must prove that customers will be better off as a result of the proposed merger, not worse,” Jepsen said in a statement before the Public...

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Granny Snatching: West Coast Advice Helps Connecticut Seniors Avoid Nursing Homes

February 8, 2012
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Granny Snatching: West Coast Advice Helps Connecticut Seniors Avoid Nursing Homes

The issue of whether elderly relatives should live their final days in nursing homes, or be cared for in their own home or that of a relative, is quickly emerging from the shadows of legislative committees into the limelight of public debate. The aging Baby Boomer generation will bring unprecedented financial burdens to state...

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