Legislative task force in Conn. adopts look, listen but do not copy (without a trip to the commission) rule
Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information Testimony March 2, 2015 – Government Administration and Elections Committee
CCFOI 60th Anniversary Luncheon Award Winners and Officers
The FOI Loophole: Third-Party Contracts

Hearing officer finds City of Meriden violated open records law – Meriden Record-Journal

11/10/17 – By Leigh Tauss MERIDEN — The city violated open records laws by failing to release a letter of discipline issued to the city attorney, according to a hearing officer’s report to the Freedom of Information Commission. [Read More]

One casualty of the state budget fight – The Lakeville Journal

11/08/17 – Editorial This legislative session’s state budget season was gut-wrenching in its length and, of course, its need to deal with ever-diminishing resources. In the final analysis, Northwest Corner towns came out of it with better support than expected Continue reading One casualty of the state budget fight – The Lakeville Journal

Rossi, soon to be West Haven’s first female mayor, looks to the future – New Haven Register

11/08/17 – By Mark Zaretsky WEST HAVEN — After years and years of alternately working with and battling the city both as an insider and an outsider — sometimes as an outsider even when she was an elected insider — Continue reading Rossi, soon to be West Haven’s first female mayor, looks to the future – New Haven Register

OP-ED | The Spirit Of CT-N & Why We Shouldn’t Have Faith In The CGA’s Ability To Nurture It – CTNewsJunkie.com

11/06/17 – By Scott Brede As many now know, the project conceived and implemented over the past 18 years to educate the residents of Connecticut about their state government was unceremoniously laid to rest at 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. Continue reading OP-ED | The Spirit Of CT-N & Why We Shouldn’t Have Faith In The CGA’s Ability To Nurture It – CTNewsJunkie.com

Letters to the Editor: Keep CT-N On The Air – Hartford Courant

11/03/17 – By Denise Merrill, Connecticut Secretary of State For close to two decades, I have been a supporter of, advocate for and, most important, a viewer of CT-N, the nonprofit television network that carries the workings of state government Continue reading Letters to the Editor: Keep CT-N On The Air – Hartford Courant

Democracy Dies In Darkness – CT Good Governance

11/03/17 – By Dan Klau For nearly two decades, the Connecticut Public Affairs Network (CPAN) has operated CT-N, Connecticut’ s version of C-SPAN, providing neutral, unbiased coverage of all three co-equal branches of Connecticut state government.  Now, due to an Continue reading Democracy Dies In Darkness – CT Good Governance

State To Release Internal Affairs Reports On Troopers In Controversial Videotaped Arrest – Hartford Courant

10/31/17 – By Mikaela Porter Officials said Tuesday they would release portions of internal affairs reports on three state troopers who were videotaped discussing what to charge an East Hartford man protesting a DUI checkpoint in West Hartford in 2015. [Read More]