Rep. Craig Fishbein, R-Wallingford, filed a Freedom of Information request with the Office of the Governor for all documents, emails and information pertaining to Gov. Ned Lamont’s Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group, setting up a potential
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“Gov. Lamont’s decision to exempt his recently-formed Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group from Freedom of Information laws is unacceptable and should be reversed. The Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group is tasked with making decisions that will impact
Former president of AFSCME Local 749, Charles Della Rocco, spent nearly an entire year on union business leave, according to time sheets obtained under a Freedom of Information request. Della Rocco served as a police
Sen. Mae Flexer, D-Killingly, and Rep. Josh Elliott, D-Hamden, filed amendments on 35 different bills to change the Democrats’ budget that would make the nonprofit corporation created with billionaire investor Ray Dalio’s $100 million education
In the wake to two controversial police shootings in Connecticut, the latest Connecticut State Police contract exempts officers’ personnel records and grievance hearings from public disclosure under the state’s Freedom of Information statute. Along with
The Connecticut Commission on Economic Competitiveness held a closed-door meeting Tuesday to discuss a report on the state's economy based on work from the consulting firm McKinsey & Company. The commission met at 10 a.m.