FOIC Still Fighting For Disclosure On Insurance Acquisitions – CTNewsJunkie.com

12/03/18 – By Christine Stuart HARTFORD, CT — (Updated 3 p.m.) It’s been more than a year fraught with legal delay tactics by the Insurance Department, but the Freedom of Read More …

Jeffrey Kurz: Open government is a good show – Meriden Record-Journal

11/30/18 – By Jeffrey Kurz There are some phrases that, like poetry, can plant themselves memorably in the mind. Here are two of them: (Read More)

CCSU police officer accused of sexual assault is fired – New Britain Herald

11/30/18 – By Lisa Backus NEW BRITAIN – After two investigations into the campus police department, officials at Central Connecticut State University on Thursday announced sweeping changes and the firing Read More …

State’s public affairs network back on track for new session – Hartford Courant

11/25/18 – By Susan Haigh, The Associated Press Connecticut’s TV and online public affairs network is back on track, just in time to cover a new General Assembly and a new governor. Read More …

FOI Commission admonishes municipalities for illegal meetings, illegal fees – Hartford Courant

11/15/18 – By Matthew Kauffman Shortly after the Bridgeport City Council’s budget committee opened its meeting last May, Councilwoman Jeannette Herron took up the first order of business with a Read More …

FOI Commission rules Connecticut’s incentive offer to Amazon is a trade secret – Meriden Record-Journal

11/13/18 – By Matthew Zabierek The Freedom of Information Commission has ruled that the state is not required to disclose tax incentives offered as part of its failed bid for Read More …

Some Democratic candidates sign on to FOI protection pledge – Journal Inquirer

11/01/18 – By Eric Bedner Several Democratic candidates for statewide office have signed a pledge to protect the Freedom of Information Act, but Republican candidates have yet to respond to Read More …

Candidates should sign FOI pledge – Norwich Bulletin

11/03/18 – Editorial In early October, the Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information sent letters to candidates for constitutional offices to gauge their commitment to transparency and open government – Read More …

Unlike Republicans, Democrats Sign FOI Act Pledge – Waterbury Republican-American

11/01/18 – By Paul Hughes HARTFORD — Democratic candidates for statewide offices signed a pledge to support open government laws that their Republican counterparts have yet to sign, the Connecticut Council Read More …

State Will Not Appeal Supreme Court Ruling Ordering Release Of Sandy Hook Shooter Adam Lanza’s Records – The Hartford Courant

10/30/18 – By Dave Altimari State officials said Tuesday that they will not appeal the recent Supreme Courtdecision ordering the public release of documents and journals belonging to Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter Read More …