Jeffrey Kurz: Open government is a good show – Meriden Record-Journal

11/30/18 – By Jeffrey Kurz There are some phrases that, like poetry, can plant themselves memorably in the mind. Here are two of them: (Read More)

State’s public affairs network back on track for new session – Hartford Courant

11/25/18 – By Susan Haigh, The Associated Press Connecticut’s TV and online public affairs network is back on track, just in time to cover a new General Assembly and a new governor. (Read More)

CCFOI courting state candidates to sign freedom-of-information pledge – Journal-Inquirer

10/29/16 – By Eric Bedner The Connecticut Council of Freedom of Information is asking all candidates for legislative seats to take the “Public Official’s Pledge for Open and Accountable Government,” and is receiving responses from those who intend to do Continue reading CCFOI courting state candidates to sign freedom-of-information pledge – Journal-Inquirer

The Latest: Watchdog groups to seek opinion on budget cuts – The Lebanon Daily Record

08/04/16 – HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The Latest on budget cuts to Connecticut watchdog agencies (all times local): 5:30 p.m. The executive directors of Connecticut’s three watchdog agencies want Attorney General George Jepsen to weigh in on whether Gov. Dannel P. Malloy Continue reading The Latest: Watchdog groups to seek opinion on budget cuts – The Lebanon Daily Record

Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information Challenges OPM Secretary on Budget Cuts to Watchdog Agencies

Press Release August 4, 2016 Contact: Daniel J. Klau 860.241.2627 dklau@mdmc-law.com (Statement by CCFOI President Daniel J. Klau) Office of Policy and Management Secretary Benjamin Barnes recently informed the heads of the state’s three main watchdog agencies that OPM no Continue reading Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information Challenges OPM Secretary on Budget Cuts to Watchdog Agencies