Teachers union president files FOIA complaint against Board of Education – The Hour

06/16/17 – by Kevin Schultz NORWALK — The president of Norwalk’s public teachers union has filed a formal complaint with the Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission against the city’s Board of Education and its Finance Committee. [Read More]

FOI Commission: Shelton Pension Board Played Games With The FOI Act – Valley Independent Sentinel

06/06/17 – By Ethan Fry Members of the Shelton pension board clearly didn’t have open government in mind when they changed meeting dates, failed to file meeting minutes on time, and moved gatherings from an obvious public space and into Continue reading FOI Commission: Shelton Pension Board Played Games With The FOI Act – Valley Independent Sentinel

Judge overrules FOI Commission ruling on Berlin school board – Journal Inquirer

02/08/16 – By Mike Savino A judge last week overturned a Freedom of Information Commission ruling that the Berlin Board of Education publicly share the details of a lawyer’s investigation into the actions of its own chairman, saying instead the Continue reading Judge overrules FOI Commission ruling on Berlin school board – Journal Inquirer

FOIA is FUN: Somewhat Recent Reminders from the Freedom Of Information Commission – JD Supra Business Advisor

by Mark Sommaruga  | Pullman & Comley – School Law Although it is known as the “Sunshine Law,” the idea of summer fun is usually not synonymous with the Freedom of Information Act [“FOIA”]. Nevertheless, as we lament the passing of time Continue reading FOIA is FUN: Somewhat Recent Reminders from the Freedom Of Information Commission – JD Supra Business Advisor