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CCFOI 60th Anniversary Luncheon Award Winners and Officers
The FOI Loophole: Third-Party Contracts

Editorial: Keep CT-N independent on news coverage – Danbury News-Times

11/17/17 – By Editorial Staff Newspaper readers must be able to trust that trained journalists determine the news and what to cover, with no influence of special interests. This is bedrock journalism 101. And it is also true for broadcast. Continue reading Editorial: Keep CT-N independent on news coverage – Danbury News-Times

Lawmaker says keep CT-N independent — or kill it – The CT Mirror

11/15/17 – By Keith M. Phaneuf A legislator who helped create CT-N, the public affairs network that provides gavel-to-gavel coverage of the General Assembly, accused legislative leaders from the House floor Wednesday of turning the network into a staff-operated “political Continue reading Lawmaker says keep CT-N independent — or kill it – The CT Mirror

Senator Asks For Hearing On Future of CT-N – CTNewsJunkie.com

11/15/17 – By Jack Kramer HARTFORD, CT — Sen. Beth Bye, D-West Hartford, is asking that the legislature hold meetings and a public hearing on the future of the Connecticut Television Network, but the Democratic and Republican leaders of the Continue reading Senator Asks For Hearing On Future of CT-N – CTNewsJunkie.com

Is A “Just The Legislature” CT-N Legal? – Appealingly Brief!

11/13/17 – By Dan Klau After a week of reruns, CT-N is back on the air today after the Office of Legislative Management hired some former employees of the Connecticut Public Affairs Network (CPAN), the non-profit that operated CT-N since Continue reading Is A “Just The Legislature” CT-N Legal? – Appealingly Brief!

Will courts stay transparent when chief justice retires? – Journal Inquirer

11/13/17 – By Chris Powell Retiring next year after 20 years as a judge, the last 10 of them as Connecticut’s chief justice, Chase T. Rogers will be missed for bringing moderation to an increasingly liberal court and especially for Continue reading Will courts stay transparent when chief justice retires? – Journal Inquirer

Retiring chief justice opened the shades on judiciary process – The Day

11/11/17 – By Karen Florin Hartford — Chief Justice Chase T. Rogers, who announced Nov. 2 that she is retiring in February after more than a decade as the head of the Connecticut Supreme Court and state Judicial Branch, was Continue reading Retiring chief justice opened the shades on judiciary process – The Day

State police whitewash ‘cover our ass’ scheme – Journal Inquirer

11/11/17 – By Chris Powell Michael Picard is a provocateur in support of gun rights and opposition to drunken-driving checkpoints. Whatever people think of his politics, he has acted within the law, as he did one night in September 2015, Continue reading State police whitewash ‘cover our ass’ scheme – Journal Inquirer