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CVS settles CT stores' Rx-filing lapses

Gregory Seay |

Retail giant CVS Pharmacy Inc. will pay $600,000 to settle federal allegations that it mishandled prescription records related to controlled substances at two stores in New Britain and Southington,...

CT shares in $28.1M Depakote pact

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut taxpayers will collect a tiny share of a $28.1 million settlement between the federal Medicaid program and the institutional pharmacy unit of CVS Health Corp., authorities say.

Wholesalers want to intervene in Total Wine lawsuit against state

Patricia Daddona |

Alcohol wholesalers are seeking to intervene in a lawsuit challenging the legality of Connecticut’s mandatory minimum pricing laws.

New England states sue EPA over ozone petition

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut and its five fellow New England states have filed suit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and its leader to force action on a previously filed petition that sought to apply...

Report: CT has one of lowest levels of gun violence in U.S.

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut ranks 45th in the nation for gun violence for 2015, a sign of progress following laws enacted here after the Newtown elementary school shootings of 2012, a Center for American Progress...

NTSB: East Hartford plane crash 'intentional'

Patricia Daddona |

Tuesday's plane crash in East Hartford near Pratt & Whitney has been determined to be “the result of an intentional act,” the National Transportation Safety Board said Wednesday.

Nursing-home operator files for bankruptcy again

Matt Pilon |

A wave of bankruptcies in the state's nursing-home industry continues, following a Ch. 11 reorganization petition filed Thursday by Spectrum Healthcare and its four area facilities.

CT man charged in bitcoin 'phishing' scheme

Gregory Seay |

A Wallingford man who federal authorities say was caught stealing other people's identities and their electronic currency has been arrested on fraud charges that could land him in prison for nearly...

AAA Northeast digs in heels on decision to stop licensing services

Patricia Daddona | 1

AAA Northeast has reiterated its decision to stop offering driver licensing services for non-members, despite a threat of legal action from Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.

CT, RBS ink $120M subprime settlement

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut will collect $120 million from one of the largest underwriters of securities that were at the root of the nation's subprime mortgage-lending debacle – the largest settlement in...

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