Lamont to reveal new details of ‘clean slate’ plan – New Haven Register

02/05/2020 – By Kaitlyn Krasselt Gov. Ned Lamont will include funding in his budget proposal that could help make expungement of some criminal records a reality in the state. (Read Read More …

Dave Collins: The rising cost of Lamont’s State Pier plan is secret – The Day, New London

01/29/2020 – By Dave Collins I don’t know which is worse, the fact that Gov. Ned Lamont is planning in secret to spend probably millions of dollars more than the 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 …

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 …

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 …

Partnership for Connecticut: Block quest for secrecy – Waterbury Republican-American

07/15/19 – Editorial Our July 10 editorial highlighted the flawed oversight of a joint effort by Connecticut government and Dalio Philanthropies, which is intended to improve public education in the Read More …

New Connecticut laws will increase government transparency – Connecticut Post

07/14/19 – By Ken Dixon A new state law nestled deep in the $43 billion budget legislation will increase government accountability by allowing state watchdogs — and taxpayers — to Read More …

Governor Lamont, Make the Dalio Commission Transparent – Hartford Courant

07/14/19 – Editorial Gov. Ned Lamont needs to restore a spirit of transparency to Connecticut government, and he can start by fixing the curious arrangement that allows the newly formed Read More …

No heroes, only villains for Connecticut’s right to know – Journal Inquirer

07/10/19 – By Chris Powell At its annual meeting the Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information usually presents an award to a public official who has performed outstanding service to Read More …

Defenders of open government and FOI law in Connecticut fear the public’s right to know is being stifled – Waterbury Republican-American

07/07/19 – By Gabriella DeBenedictis Open government proponents in Connecticut, citing major new barriers to access public records, are concerned that state and local politicians have weakened the Freedom of Read More …