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Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen

George Jepsen took office in 2011 as the Connecticut's 24th Attorney General.

Among his initiatives, Attorney General Jepsen created a privacy task force to focus on data breach and privacy concerns; simplified the process for data breach reporting; consolidated staff to create an Antitrust and Government Program Fraud department and has vigorously pursued antitrust, environmental, health care and other consumer protection issues.

During his tenure, Connecticut has become a national leader on privacy, anti-trust, finance and consumer protection. Prior to being elected Attorney General, George Jepsen served 16 years in the Connecticut General Assembly.

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Madigan: Rauner gets to appoint comptroller for full term

Chicago Daily Herald - 12/15/14

…Attorney General Lisa Madigan said. Gov. Pat Quinn, meanwhile, can appoint a successor for the late Judy Baar Topinka until her term is out in mid-January.

Attorney general seeks expanded protection for consumer personal data

Portland Tribune - ‎12/11/14‎

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum plans to seek legislation in 2015 that would expand protections for consumers' personal data

Attorney general, secretary of state re-elected, state treasurer ousted ...

Bangor Daily News- 12/3/14

A joint convention of the Legislature on Wednesday evening returned Maine’s other two constitutional officers, Secretary of State Matt Dunlap and Attorney General Janet Mills, both Democrats, to their positions for two-year terms.


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