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Attorney General Tong Refutes Stone Academy Misdirection, Calls on School Leaders to Put "All of Their Money on the Table" to Make Horrible Situation Right for Hundreds of Students
Attorney General William Tong today thoroughly refuted efforts by Stone Academy to re-write history, to falsely blame its mismanagement and abrupt closure on state officials, and to shirk responsibility for the serious harm they have inflicted on their nursing students.
Attorney General Tong Statement on U.S. Supreme Court Decision Affirming Robust, Fair Reading of False Claims Act
Attorney General William Tong praised a unanimous decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that affirmed a robust and fair reading of the False Claims Act (FCA).
Attorney General Tong Statement on Decision Denying Temporary Restraining Order in Challenge to Connecticut Assault Weapons Ban
Attorney General William Tong issued the following statement regarding a decision today denying the plaintiff’s motion for a temporary restraining order in the case filed by the Connecticut Citizens Defense League seeking to repeal the state’s assault weapons ban.
Attorney General Tong Statement on Appeals Court Decision Enabling Purdue Settlement to Proceed
Attorney General William Tong today issued a statement following a decision by the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit overturning a U.S. District Court ruling that vacated a Purdue bankruptcy order over its reliance on so-called “nonconsensual third-party releases” forcing states and other parties to grant unprecedented lifetime legal immunity to the Sackler family.
Attorney General Tong Announces $400K Settlement With Waterbury Naturopath and Practice to Resolve Allegations of False Claims and Improper Billing
Attorney General William Tong and United States Attorney Vanessa Roberts Avery today announced a $399,440 settlement with Waterbury naturopath Marcos DeEscobar and his company Corebella Health, LLC to resolve allegations that they submitted false claims to, and received overpayments from, Medicare and the Connecticut Medicaid programs.