New Connecticut AG gives first interview since election

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November 17, 2010

HARTFORD, Connecticut: For the first time since being elected as the state's next attorney general, former State Senator George C. Jepsen provided some insight into how he will likely operate his statewide political office. He views this opportunity as something more than just another political position, but rather as a chance to make a real difference. Specifically, Jepsen argued that "it’s the best job in state government where one person can have a direct impact on people’s lives.”[1]

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