Posts For Category: "Connecticut Foundation for Open Government"

Editorial: Sunshine needed –

Mitchell W. Pearlman, of Glastonbury, probably knows as much about open government as anyone. He has served as director of both the Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission and the Office of State Ethics. He has taught, lectured and written extensively on the subject, and has consulted on democratic governance both in this country and abroad. […]

CFOG announces its 2015 High School Essay Contest

CONTACT: Mary Connolly Jan. 13, 2015 The Connecticut Foundation for Open Government announces its 2015 High School Essay Contest. Each year, high school students from across Connecticut compete for prizes that include $1,000 for first place, $500 for second place, $300 for third place and numerous $50 honorable mention prizes. CFOG is a nonprofit […]

Focus on Connecticut – News 12 CT

Features local, state and federal officials discussing the issues around southwestern Connecticut.