HARTFORD — A bipartisan bill that seeks greater accountability and transparency from the operators of the state's 22 public charter schools got resounding approval in both the Senate and the House Tuesday and will now move to the governor's desk.
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Read More… from NFOIC’s State FOIA Friday for April 12, 2013
From Stamford Advocate:
The state Freedom of Information Commission ordered Board of Ethics members to undergo Freedom of Information training after ruling the board's hearing panel improperly entered an executive session during a May 2011 meeting.
Read More… from City representative wins FOI complaint against ethics board
From Shipman & Goodwin
Sessions during the all-day affair will focus on questions about the juxtaposition between open government and economic development. Those conference sessions will explore the fact that Connecticut’s Freedom of Information Act presumes access to the public’s business and the fact that economic development negotiations can crave secrecy.
Read More… from Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission Annual Conference—April 3, 2012