Jepsen Cites Less Confrontational Style As He Launches Re-Election Bid

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


When George Jepsen was elected Connecticut attorney general in 2010, he came into office with a consumer protection agenda that sounded much like that of his predecessor, Richard Blumenthal.

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  • Mr. Jepsen and his office have unfortunately turned a blind eye to the rampant violations of due process, civil rights and corruption happening our state‘s family and probate courts. He has not represented the public interest in these issues impacting millions of citizens in this state and does not deserve re-election.

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