There are plenty of pitfalls for consumers trying to navigate the new commercial landscape during COVID-19, and that means there’s plenty of work for the office of Connecticut Attorney General William Tong. He spoke recently with Connecticut Public Radio’s John Henry Smith about couples trying to get refunds on canceled weddings, securing adequate PPE for the state, fighting fraud in the age of coronavirus, and the federal Department of Justice’s decision in the Michael Flynn case.
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Hear the interview below: