State FOIC Finds For Local Complainants, Orders E-mails To Be Produced – The Newtown Bee

10/12/16 – By John Voket After two hearings on the matter, Connecticut’s Freedom of Information Commission (FOIC) is ordering former Board of Education members Kathy Hamilton and David Freedman to produce e-mails and/or other transmission from their personal computing devices Continue reading State FOIC Finds For Local Complainants, Orders E-mails To Be Produced – The Newtown Bee

Wade ethics case continuing despite halt to Anthem-Cigna review – CT Mirror

07/21/16 – By Ann Radelat Connecticut Insurance Commissioner Katharine Wade’s decision to suspend her review of the proposed merger between Anthem and Cigna has not gotten her out of hot water. [Read More]

Republicans file FOI complaint against Wade – Journal Inquirer

07/18/16 – By Eric Bedner HARTFORD — Republican lawmakers have filed a freedom-of-information complaint against Insurance Commissioner Katharine Wade and her department for not complying with a June request for information regarding the Cigna and Anthem merger. [Read More]

Republicans Challenge Insurance Commissioner Over Open Records Law – CTNewsJunkie.com

07/18/16 – By Christine Stuart Senate Republicans say Insurance Commissioner Katharine Wade misled them about seeking guidance from the Office of State Ethics and they want the Freedom of Information Commission to penalize her for failing to turn over hundreds Continue reading Republicans Challenge Insurance Commissioner Over Open Records Law – CTNewsJunkie.com

FOI Commission dismisses complaints against Mosby – The Hour

02/10/16 – By Korey Wilson HARTFORD — The Freedom of Information Commission upheld a recommendation to dismiss three complaints filed against Board of Education member Shirley Mosby on Wednesday. The complaints, filed by Peter Torrano, Nancy Chapman and Michael Byrne, Continue reading FOI Commission dismisses complaints against Mosby – The Hour

Initial State Dept. review found months-long gap in Clinton emails – The Hill

By Julian Hattem An initial State Department review concluded that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did not send a single work-related email through her personal account for roughly four months during her tenure, though the government claims it has since Continue reading Initial State Dept. review found months-long gap in Clinton emails – The Hill

Email hunt unsatisfactory – Republican-American

FOI Commision will make final decision BY PENELOPE OVERTON WATERBURY — The city has violated state open records law by failing to diligently search for emails about commission appointments, a hearing officer found. The city must try again to find Continue reading Email hunt unsatisfactory – Republican-American

City violated FOI law, officer says – Republican-American

By Penelope Overton WATERBURY – The city violated the state Freedom of Information Act by failing to release emails about appointments to the redistricting commission that created the new aldermanic wards, according to a state hearing officer. Activist Jimmie Griffin, Continue reading City violated FOI law, officer says – Republican-American

Stamford school board to get ethics training – Stamford Advocate

By Evan Simko-Bednarski STAMFORD — The Board of Education’s special meeting scheduled for Tuesday night will consist of two city-mandated trainings, one in the Freedom of Information Act and one in the city’s ethics policies. Asked about the trainings, Board PresidentJackie Continue reading Stamford school board to get ethics training – Stamford Advocate

The Wheelhouse Leaves a Paper Trail – WNPR

By Tucker Ives Text messages between members of Gov. Dannel Malloy’s staff pulled back the curtain on the controversial firing of the longtime labor-relations chief. This comes as New Jersey’s “bridgegate” scandal is back in the news, which also featured Continue reading The Wheelhouse Leaves a Paper Trail – WNPR