WASHINGTON - Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal has filed motions to remand back to state court the lawsuits he filed this summer against the three major credit rating agencies.

The legal actions allege that the agencies gave municipalities and their bonds lower credit ratings than were merited, costing taxpayers millions of dollars in unnecessary bond insurance and higher interest rates.

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