Editorial: Legislative session a mixed bag for freedom of information – Norwich Bulletin

Freedom of information has always been a fluid proposition, its execution shifting with court decisions, new laws and changing conditions and technology. After the General Assembly’s sessions this year, we perceive in the evolution of open information a big victory, Continue reading Editorial: Legislative session a mixed bag for freedom of information – Norwich Bulletin

Malloy’s budget office, legislators backed FOI reduction – Journal Inquirer

By Mike Savino Legislation protecting communications among members of the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority from public disclosure when they occur outside scheduled meetings appears to have the blessing of both lawmakers and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s administration. Malloy’s budget office, Continue reading Malloy’s budget office, legislators backed FOI reduction – Journal Inquirer

Opinion: Who let the ‘rats’ in? – Journal Inquirer

By Chris Powell While freedom of information prevailed with some big stuff during this year’s sessions of the General Assembly, legislators still snuck secrecy into bills here and there, and of course did it secretly as well. At least two Continue reading Opinion: Who let the ‘rats’ in? – Journal Inquirer