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 …

Arrest of reporter in Bridgeport was an abuse of power – The Day of New London

05/15/19 – Editorial The arrest by Bridgeport police of a news reporter who was doing her job covering a protest appears to be a gross abuse of power and a Read More …

Questions remain after arrests at Bridgeport protest – Connecticut Post

05/15/19 – By Tara O’Neill BRIDGEPORT — Little information on the arrest of 11 protestors in Bridgeport last week has been released by the city or its police department. (Read Read More …

Muffling the Media Won’t Work – New Haven Register

05/12/19 – By James Walker An incident between a reporter and Bridgeport police Thursday night should not only concern every journalist in the state of Connecticut but also sound a Read More …

Reporter detained while covering Bridgeport demonstration – Waterbury Republican-American

05/10/19 – By Martha Shanahan Police handcuffed and detained a reporter with Hearst Connecticut Media for about 30 minutes while she was on assignment covering a demonstration on the anniversary Read More …

Connecticut Post reporter detained while covering Bridgeport protest – Hartford Courant

05/11/19 – By Christine Dempsey A newspaper reporter who has covered controversies at the Bridgeport Police Department said she was handcuffed and taken into custody while covering a protest in Read More …

Connecticut law: Anyone can take videos of police actions – Connecticut Post

05/11/19 – By Ken Dixon Not only was a Hearst Connecticut Media reporter within her rights to take video of Bridgeport police Thursday night during a protest on the second Read More …