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Connecticut recently launched a hotline designed to help adults who have been the victim of age-based discrimination in the workplace, scams, fraud, elder abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation.  Brookfield state Representative Steve Harding says people can fire a consumer-related complaint online with the Office of the Attorney General.  Anyone who has been or knows someone who has been a victim, can contact the Elder Abuse Hotline at (860) 808-5555.  

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