Judge signals interest in removing Mueller report redactions – Politico

08/05/19 – By Darren Samuelsohn A federal judge signaled Monday he’s considering removing the Mueller report’s redactions. (Read More)

FOIA council seeks level playing field for ‘overwhelming’ IT acquisition process – Federal News Network

08/05/19 – By Jory Heckman Faced with another record-breaking year of new Freedom of Information Act requests, a governmentwide council of FOIA officers has recommended leveling the playing field for Read More …

BOE To City: We’ll Handle The Investigations – New Haven Independent

08/02/19 – By Christopher Peak The school board told City Hall not to interfere with the investigations into recent alleged misconduct by the superintendent and her second-in-command. (Read More)

Bridgeport denies request for Negron protest body cam footage – Connecticut Post

08/02/19 – By Brian Lockhart BRIDGEPORT — A previously released video clip of a May confrontation between police officers and protesters is the only recorded footage the city and the Read More …

Westport police violated law, FOI commission rules – Westport News

07/24/19 – By Lynandro Simmons WESTPORT — The police department violated state Freedom of Information law by withholding names from an arrest report, the Freedom of Information Commission recently ruled. Read More …

Removing crook’s portrait isn’t enough accountability – Journal Inquirer

07/24/19 – By Chris Powell Off and on for at least 20 years this column has been chiding the state Senate’s Democrats to remove from their caucus room’s portrait gallery Read More …

Lembo objects to ‘pall of secrecy’ over Dalio gift – Meriden Record-Journal

07/21/19 – By Glenn Richter Kevin Lembo seems to be a pretty even-keeled guy. No muss, no fuss. Maybe that’s why he’s the state comptroller, chief watchdog of the public Read More …

Questions remain about transparency of Dalio gift – Hartford Courant

07/21/19 – By Christopher Keating Hedge fund billionaire Raymond Dalio — famous for his corporate philosophy of open communication and “radical transparency” within the walls of his Bridgewater Associates hedge Read More …

Reporter was kicked out of bill signing, and Lamont needs a refresher on transparency – Hartford Courant

07/19/19 – Editorial The governor signing a bill at the state Capitol — that is, the people’s designated chief executive doing the people’s business in the people’s house — should, Read More …

Dan Haar: An embattled lender takes hope in hidden state documents – The Middletown Press

07/16/19 – By Dan Haar, Editorial A formerly large mortgage lender in a battle with the state Department of Banking says it’s fighting to survive and is buoyed by an Read More …