Courant: The state’s most powerful Democrats want to conduct public business in private – Hartford Courant

11/03/19 – Editorial You want to pick a school for your children but the state wavers on telling you how many of their classmates are vaccinated for measles. A teenager Read More …

State police release video footage of crash in Southbury involving trooper – Waterbury Republican-American

10/31/19 – By Brigitte Ruthman OXFORD — State police sorting out a crash caused by one of their own following a retirement party at an Oxford brewery Sept. 25 were Read More …

Aresimowicz confirms education ‘partnership’ aims to erase democracy – Journal Inquirer

10/30/19 – By Chris Powell Governor Lamont and other Democrats at the state Capitol have been straining to provide an explanation for why the new state educational grant agency, the Read More …

Police struggle with new transparency law – CTNewsJunkie.com

10/25/19 – By Lisa Backus The death of a man after his arrest by Stamford police early Wednesday and allegations that a state police trooper was at a bar drinking Read More …

Officials disagree on how much transparency is needed in education partnership – Connecticut Mirror

10/23/19 – By Keith Phaneuf Connecticut officials with the new public-private partnership to aid at-risk students universally insist they must build public trust in a venture exempt from disclosure rules. Read More …

CT Viewpoints: There’s nothing radical about transparency – Connecticut Mirror

10/22/19 – By Bob Stefanowski How did Ray Dalio build one of the world’s largest hedge funds and become the 58th richest person in America? By following a set of Read More …

Public health commissioner won’t release school-by-school vaccination data Inbox – Connecticut Mirror

08/27/19 – By Jenna Carlesso Renee Coleman-Mitchell, Connecticut’s public health commissioner, said Tuesday that she has no plans to release the most recent round of statewide school-by-school immunization data, despite Read More …

Former police chief Matthew Reed has his dream job as an attorney for the Freedom of Information Commission – Waterbury Republican-American

07/07/19 – By Gabriella DeBenedictis HARTFORD — Matthew Reed sits below a giant poster of the Constitution in his office at the state Freedom of Information Commission in Hartford. Relics Read More …

Republican-American publisher accepts freedom of information award – Waterbury Republican-American

06/19/19 – By Gabriella DeBenedictis WEST HARTFORD — William J. Pape II was honored posthumously by the Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information on Wednesday with a Lifetime Achievement award Read More …

Contract would limit disclosure of troopers’ personnel files – Associated Press

05/31/19 – By Dave Collins HARTFORD — A proposed new contract for Connecticut State Police includes new restrictions on the public release of information in troopers’ personnel files, drawing concerns Read More …