Lawmaker Seeks To Get Rid of $20 Copying Fee – CTNewsJunkie.com

01/24/2020 – By Christine Stuart HARTFORD — The first piece of publicly available legislation for the 2020 session seeks to eliminate a $20 fee that cities and towns can charge Read More …

Hearst papers: State’s list of weapons-using criminals is secret – New Haven Register

01/26/2020 – By Ken Dixon It’s a daily routine in courtrooms throughout the state, when Superior Court judges pronounce criminal sentences. Penalties for a variety of 42 crimes involving guns Read More …

Dear FOI commissioners: Please make port authority comply – The Day

01/21/2020 – By David Collins The Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission is scheduled to consider at its meeting Wednesday a complaint I filed in August requesting emails between the Connecticut Read More …

Understanding Connecticut’s FOIA – JDSupra

12/17/19 – By Mark J. Sommaruga, Esq. Do We Really Have To Deal With All of These FOIA Requests (And Are We Obliged To Deal With “Vexatious Requesters”)?    As Read More …

Body cam footage shows Norwalk cop taken to ground during arrest – The Hour

11/16/19 – By Pat Tomlinson NORWALK — State police have released body camera footage showing a veteran Norwalk police officer being taken to the ground for allegedly resisting arrest after Read More …

Public information watchdog: Body cam footage of Norwalk cop’s DUI should be released – The Hour

11/14/19 – By Pat Tomlinson NORWALK — Connecticut’s public information watchdog group disagrees with the state police’s decision to deny the release of body cam footage that allegedly shows a Read More …

Charges of secrecy, sniping follow health care savings initiative – The CT Mirror

11/11/19 – By Keith M. Phaneuf Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano has insisted for months that Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont’s budget is unbalanced and relies on hundreds of millions of Read More …

Braasch challenges YPD for body cam footage – Yale Daily News

11/05/19 – By John Besche A little more than a year after Sarah Braasch faced national backlash for calling campus police on a black student sleeping in her common room, Read More …

North Stonington man says Zoning Board of Appeals barred him from public meeting – The Day

11/02/19 – By Joe Wojtas North Stonington — A local landscaper involved in a zoning battle with the town has filed a complaint with the state Freedom of Information Commission Read More …

Letter: Disappointed In Derby – Valley Independent Sentinel

11/01/19 – By Benjamin Judd I write with great disappointment in the Mayor Dziekan administration’s handling of the Freedom of Information issues in the City of Derby. (Read More)