Restore the Transcription of Public Hearing Testimony! – CCFOI
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

OP-ED | CCSU Report Illustrates Why Connecticut’s FOI Law Is Only As Good As Its Exemptions – CT News Junkie

01/24/19 – By Mike Savino A report from outside investigators this week detailing former students’ complaints of sexual misconduct against two Central Connecticut State University professors — and the university’s failure to take corrective action — highlights a blind spot Continue reading OP-ED | CCSU Report Illustrates Why Connecticut’s FOI Law Is Only As Good As Its Exemptions – CT News Junkie

Concealing crime records would be another injustice – Journal Inquirer

01/23/19 – By Chris Powell Criminal-justice reform in Connecticut increasingly is construed as a matter of concealing criminal records. Just-retired Gov. Dannel P. Malloy offered several proposals to this effect and now a coalition of church people and state legislators Continue reading Concealing crime records would be another injustice – Journal Inquirer

Meriden Staff, Officials to Undergo Training After FOI Ruling – Meriden Record-Journal

01/17/19 – By Matthew Zabierek MERIDEN — The city will offer training on freedom of information compliance to all city boards and commissions next month after the FOI Commission ruled the city’s School Readiness Council violated transparency laws for several Continue reading Meriden Staff, Officials to Undergo Training After FOI Ruling – Meriden Record-Journal

Video shows aftermath of alleged sexual assault by von Keyserling – Greenwich Time

12/16/18 – Staff Reports GREENWICH — Surveillance footage published Sunday reportedly shows the moments after Christopher von Keyserling, a former member of the Representative Town Meeting, allegedly sexually assaulted a town employee. (Read More)

Report: Meriden School Readiness Council violated FOI rules – Meriden Record Journal

12/14/18 – By Matthew Zabierek MERIDEN — A Freedom of Information Commission hearing officer concluded the city’s School Readiness Council violated state transparency laws dating back several years and recommended members of the council complete training on FOI compliance. (Read Continue reading Report: Meriden School Readiness Council violated FOI rules – Meriden Record Journal

Audio of Supreme Court Oral Arguments Available via Judicial Branch Website – Connecticut Judicial Department

12/14/18 The Supreme Court has made available on its website, free of charge, audio recordings of oral arguments: https://www.jud.ct.gov/supremecourt/Audio/OralArgumentsAudio.aspx The audio is available from the Court’s Second Term, which began on Oct. 9, 2018. Audio recordings are typically available on the Continue reading Audio of Supreme Court Oral Arguments Available via Judicial Branch Website – Connecticut Judicial Department

Draft FOI decision says Meriden police should release internal affairs reports – Meriden Record-Journal

12/12/18 – By Mike Savino MERIDEN — The police department improperly withheld four internal affairs reports involving former Capt. Patrick Gaynor, according to a Freedom of Information Commission hearing officer. (Read More)

Why the Courant Is Publishing Adam Lanza Documents – Hartford Courant

12/09/18 – Editorial The Courant today is revealing new information about what was in the heart and mind of the most heinous killer in the state’s history, Adam Lanza. In a depraved act of homicidal rage, Lanza wiped out 26 Continue reading Why the Courant Is Publishing Adam Lanza Documents – Hartford Courant

ACLU challenges decision by FOI Commission on police shooting – New Britain Herald

12/08/18 – By Lisa Backus HARTFORD – The Connecticut American Civil Liberties Union and the parents of a man shot and killed by New Britain police last year are challenging the recommendation of a state hearing officer to withhold all Continue reading ACLU challenges decision by FOI Commission on police shooting – New Britain Herald

Connecticut Judiciary’s Struggle to Climb Out of the Dark Ages – Connecticut Law Tribune

12/07/18 – By Connecticut Editorial Board Between 2003 and 2006, Connecticut’s Judicial Branch was developing an increasingly dreadful public image, with revelations of an arcane “super-secret” file system, courtroom signs that warned “No note-taking” and a Supreme Court chief justice’s Continue reading Connecticut Judiciary’s Struggle to Climb Out of the Dark Ages – Connecticut Law Tribune