Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information announces open government award recipients

A police chief, a state senator, an FOI Commission employee and two journalists have won the annual open government awards from the nonprofit Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information, which has been advocating for freedom of information for six decades. CLICK HERE for full story. 


South Windsor Police Chief Matthew Reed, left, accepts the Bice Clemow Award from the Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information at The Hartford Club Wednesday. He is seen here with Mitch Pearlman.



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