Violations, fines pile up due to backlog for public information in CT – CT Post

01/26/19 – By Lisa Backus A Connecticut agency that includes the state police is racking up violations and fines due to a nearly two-year backlog in responding to public information requests. (Read More)

OP-ED | CCSU Report Illustrates Why Connecticut’s FOI Law Is Only As Good As Its Exemptions – CT News Junkie

01/24/19 – By Mike Savino A report from outside investigators this week detailing former students’ complaints of sexual misconduct against two Central Connecticut State University professors — and the university’s failure to take corrective action — highlights a blind spot Continue reading OP-ED | CCSU Report Illustrates Why Connecticut’s FOI Law Is Only As Good As Its Exemptions – CT News Junkie

Concealing crime records would be another injustice – Journal Inquirer

01/23/19 – By Chris Powell Criminal-justice reform in Connecticut increasingly is construed as a matter of concealing criminal records. Just-retired Gov. Dannel P. Malloy offered several proposals to this effect and now a coalition of church people and state legislators Continue reading Concealing crime records would be another injustice – Journal Inquirer

Meriden Staff, Officials to Undergo Training After FOI Ruling – Meriden Record-Journal

01/17/19 – By Matthew Zabierek MERIDEN — The city will offer training on freedom of information compliance to all city boards and commissions next month after the FOI Commission ruled the city’s School Readiness Council violated transparency laws for several Continue reading Meriden Staff, Officials to Undergo Training After FOI Ruling – Meriden Record-Journal