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Attorney General Tong Joins Comments Supporting DOJ and FTC’s Revised Merger Guidelines
Attorney General William Tong has joined two separate multistate coalitions in submitting comments to the United States Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) concerning their proposed revisions to the Merger Guidelines.
TikTok Refusing to Cooperate with Investigation: Attorney General Tong Supports Motion to Compel TikTok to Comply with Agreed Order
Attorney General William Tong today supported a motion filed by the Tennessee Attorney General in Tennessee state court to compel TikTok to comply with the terms of an April 17, 2023 Agreed Order requiring TikTok to produce witnesses and documents in response to an investigative Request for Information. This effort is part of a broad bi-partisan multistate investigation into TikTok’s possible violation of consumer protection laws of Connecticut and other states.
Attorney General Tong Joins Multistate Coalition in Fight Against Idaho's Radical Abortion Ban
Attorney General William Tong joined a coalition of 24 attorneys general backing the Biden administration’s challenge to Idaho’s near-total ban on abortion. In an amicus brief filed in United States of America v. Idaho, the multistate coalition supported the U.S. government’s argument that the ban conflicts with the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA), a federal law that requires doctors and hospitals to provide necessary abortion care to pregnant people in case of medical emergencies.
Attorney General Tong Announces $35 Million Settlement with Leasing Company Tempoe, LLC
Attorney General William Tong announced today a settlement with Tempoe, LLC, resolving a multistate investigation into Tempoe’s advertising and leasing to consumers through retailers across the nation.
Attorney General Tong Statement on Connecticut Insurance Department Approval of Health Insurance Rate Hikes
Attorney General William Tong today released the following statement regarding increases approved by the Connecticut Insurance Department to individual and small group health insurance plans covering 188,000 people.