FOI Hearing Officer: Enfield Broke Law By Withholding Settlements In Brutality Cases – Hartford Courant

06/14/17 – By Mikaela Porter The town of Enfield violated state law by not providing the ACLU of Connecticut records related to brutality lawsuit settlements involving a former officer, a Freedom of Information Commission hearing officer has ruled. [Read More]

Wade may be fined for withholding records on Aetna-Humana merger – CT Mirror

06/08/17 – By Ann Radelat Katharine Wade, head of the Connecticut Insurance Department, may be fined $1,000 for violating public records laws because her agency declined to release documents relating to her approval of a proposed merger between Aetna and Continue reading Wade may be fined for withholding records on Aetna-Humana merger – CT Mirror

Editorial: Strengthen Public Information by Mandating Training – Norwich Bulletin

As one of a select few states with a public board dedicated to adjudicating freedom of information disputes, Connecticut is uniquely equipped to uphold public access to government meetings and documents. But there is always room for improvement. An Eastern Continue reading Editorial: Strengthen Public Information by Mandating Training – Norwich Bulletin

Letter: Chief, commission violated FOI law – Monroe Courier

To the Editor: Recently Monroe Chief of Police Salvatore and Chairman of the Board of Police Commissioners Villani were found guilty of violating the CT Freedom of Information Act. It was unanimously decided by a nine member judicial board in Continue reading Letter: Chief, commission violated FOI law – Monroe Courier