Police Secrecy Bill Should Be Defeated – Danbury News-Times

03/06/19 – By Hearst Connecticut Media Group Editorial Board The public does not need more secrecy from police. If anything, there should be less. (Read More)    

What Should Remain Public Information In Criminal Investigations? – CTNewsJunkie.com

03/07/19 – By Jack Kramer HARTFORD, CT — Whether the public should have access to all evidence seized in a criminal investigation was the subject of a Judiciary Committee public Read More …

Bill would expand police secrecy – CTPost

03/06/19 – By Ken Dixon HARTFORD — A battle broke out Wednesday between law enforcement officials who want to expand their secrecy protections and those promoting the public’s right to 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)

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 …

Commentary: It’s time to shine a light on democracy – Greeenwich Time

08/11/18 – By Bob Horton GREENWICH — Election night November 2016 reminded many of us that democracy is a participatory form of government. (Read  More)

Department of Correction denies FOI request in Garner prison death – CTPost.com

07/13/18 – By Bill Cummings HARTFORD — The state Department of Correction is refusing to release an incident report over the March death of an inmate at Garner Correctional Institution Read More …

Public Access to State Government Data Would be Strengthened by Proposed Law – Connecticut by the Numbers

03/11/18 – Release “If we want better government, we need better data.” That succinct observation by Michelle Riordan-Nold, Executive Director of the Connecticut Data Collaborative, summed up the push for Read More …