Posts Tagged ‘ Ct consumer protection ’

East Hartford Doctor Accused of Raping Patient Suspended By State

February 3, 2012
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East Hartford Doctor Accused of Raping Patient Suspended By State

Written by Theresa Sullivan Barger The state Medical Examining Board voted unanimously Friday to suspend the medical license of an East Hartford internist charged with raping a patient in an examining room. Dr. Edwin A. Njoku, 52, of East Hartford, was arraigned Wednesday on charges of first-degree sexual assault, two counts of fourth-degree sexual...

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How To Get Cheapest Ticket For Universal Studios World Of Harry Potter

January 29, 2012
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How To Get Cheapest Ticket For Universal Studios World Of Harry Potter

Universal Studios is an exciting place for kids and grownups. But do your research on the best prices before you go to Orlando or you could end up paying too much, Kathleen Cairns, a regular blogger here, went to Universal Studios last weekend with friends to check out The Wizarding World of Harry Potter...

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Citibank Tells IRS That Your Frequent-Flier Miles Are Taxable Income

January 29, 2012
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Citibank Tells IRS That Your Frequent-Flier Miles Are Taxable Income

Frequent-flier miles clearly have value–why else would people want them? But do they also represent taxable income? Citibank seems to think so. It’s sending tax forms to people who received thousands of miles as a reward for opening a checking or savings account. Those forms value each mile at about 2.5 cents and list...

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Great Connecticut Grocery Deals: Through Feb. 4

January 28, 2012
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Great Connecticut Grocery Deals: Through Feb. 4

Great Deals At Price Chopper 1/29-2/4/12 Every week, I scour the grocery store flyers and match up coupons to all the sale items to bring you the best deals. This week, I’m featuring Price Chopper. To see the deals and coupon match ups for Big Y, Price Chopper, Stop & Shop, ShopRite, and Geissler’s...

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