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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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Lisa Madigan wants to strengthen laws to prevent identity theft

Chicago Sun Times - 3/2/15

Madigan’s office Monday unveiled a bill aimed at strengthening an existing state law dealing with data security. 

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum Defers Kitzhaber Investigation to Feds

Willamette Week - 2/27/15

In return, the U.S. Attorney's Office has agreed to share information with the state once the far-ranging federal criminal investigation is completed…

Hood running for 4th term as Mississippi attorney general

WMC Action News 5 - 2/20/15

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Democrat Jim Hood is seeking a fourth term as Mississippi attorney general.

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