February 14, 2014
by Terry Cowgill | February 14, 2014 5:30am
The cause of freedom of information in Connecticut went through a bleak period last year. The ghastly school massacre in Newtown had prompted frantic lawmakers to pass laws restricting FOI in the dead of night and without public hearings. And just when open-government advocates thought things had quieted down, along came the “Task Force on Victim Privacy and the Public’s Right to Know.”
January 13, 2014
by Christine Stuart | January 13, 2014 5:11pm
Is it possible for a business to make a profit and benefit society at the same time? A group of entrepreneurs at the Social Enterprise Trust (reSET) offices in Hartford believes it is, which is why they’re pushing the state to allow for the creation of what’s called a Benefit Corporation, or “b-corp.”
Tags: social enterprise, b-corp, benefit corporation, James Woulfe, reSet, Hartford, Gary LeBeau, dh
December 12, 2013
by Christine Stuart | December 12, 2013 8:46pm
Despite assurances to the contrary from both Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman and Access Health CT CEO Kevin Counihan, the Access Health CT website was offering inaccurate pricing information when it opened for business.
November 26, 2013
by Hugh McQuaid | November 26, 2013 4:04pm
November 11, 2013
by Staff Report | November 11, 2013 2:24pm
November 8, 2013
by Hugh McQuaid | November 8, 2013 3:21pm
NEW BRITAIN — A superior court judge concluded Friday that he could not decide a dispute over the release of 911 recording from the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting without first hearing the recordings.
Tags: Stephen Sedensky, Eliot Prescott, New Britain Court, FOI, 911, Newtown, Sandy Hook, Hugh McQuaid, dh
October 27, 2013
by Staff Report | October 27, 2013 8:54am
We apologize for any inconvenience Saturday’s server failure may have caused. We have resolved the issue and are working to ensure it doesn’t happen again.
October 23, 2013
by Barth Keck | October 23, 2013 4:30am
October 11, 2013
by Terry Cowgill | October 11, 2013 4:30am
The resignation of a high-ranking $118,000-a-year official from a state government post isn’t something you normally celebrate. But the reaction last week to the departure of a member of the Malloy administration made some officials so happy they could barely contain their glee.
September 27, 2013
by Barth Keck | September 27, 2013 4:30am