Dalios pull out of state education partnership, attack Republican reps – Connecticut Post

05/19/2020 – By Kaitlyn Krasselt Barbara and Ray Dalio are exiting the Partnership for Connecticut, ending the arrangement that was touted in 2019 as a unique way to reach troubled Read More …

Make teens’ murder trials public, Dalio ‘education’ farce too – Journal Inquirer

05/18/2020 – By Chris Powell Obsessed with the virus epidemic, Connecticut might not have noticed two deaths last week from a different cause — the murder of two women in Read More …

RHAM board strips member of chairmanship after whistleblower complaint – Journal Inquirer

05/16/2020 – By Michelle France HEBRON — Exactly one week after RHAM Board of Education Chairwoman Susan Rapeyle made a whistleblower complaint about board members’ unethical — and possibly illegal Read More …

Some Lawmakers Complain About Lack of Transparency as State Readies to Reopen – NBC Connecticut

05/15/2020 – By Christine Stuart The more than 50 members of the Reopen Connecticut Advisory Committee will be making their recommendations about reopening Connecticut’s economy and schools to Gov. Ned Read More …

Amity Regional, Avon, West Haven win top prizes; honorable mentions also to East Lyme and Taft – 2020 CFOG Essay Contest

Wendy Zhang, a junior at Amity Regional High School in Woodbridge, has won the first prize of $1,000 in the 2020 Connecticut Foundation for Open Government’s Forrest Palmer High School Read More …

Turmoil at Dalio education partnership – Hartford Courant

05/13/2020 – By Jon Lender There is already big trouble at the high-profile education partnership that Gov. Ned Lamont and legislators have entered into in the past year with hedge Read More …

Bridgeport refuses to release video from false rape case despite order from state commission – CTPost.com

05/12/2020 – By Daniel Tepfer BRIDGEPORT — The city has filed a lawsuit against the state Freedom of Information Commission seeking to appeal an order by the commission that the Read More …

State legislature considers limiting dissemination of voter information – Waterbury Republican-American

02/29/2020 – By Paul Hughes HARTFORD — State lawmakers are considering voter privacy protections that trouble open government advocates and the state Freedom of Information Commission. (Read More)

‘Gotta cover our a**’ CT state police video leads to $50K settlement – CTPost

02/25/2020 – By Lisa Backus A free speech advocate charged by State Police while protesting a 2015 drunken driving checkpoint will receive a $50,000 settlement to end his federal lawsuit Read More …

State police won’t release trooper’s file in DUI case – NewsTimes

02/27/2020 – By Peter Yankowski State Police this week said they will not release the personnel records of a state police sergeant charged with driving under the influence in a Read More …