FOI: Recent Publications

Recent Publications
 
The following recently appeared in local news publications. (In order of most recent)
 
{Final Decisions}  The Freedom of Information Act Approaches Middle Age - By Colleen Murphy, Executive Director and General Counsel, CT Freedom of Information Commission, and Eric Turner, Managing Director and Associate General Counsel
 
{Final Decisions}  The Importance of Freedom of Information at the Sub-national level - By Mitchell W. Pearlman, Executive Director, CT Freedom of Information Commission
 
{Final Decisions}  Human Rights Suffer Under Camouflage Of National Security - By Eric V. Turner, Director of Public Education, CT Freedom of Information Commission
 
{Final Decisions}  FOI & Armenia - By Mitchell W. Pearlman, Executive Director, CT Freedom of Information Commission
 
{Final Decisions}  Understanding Democracy Is Difficult For Newly Independent Nations - By Mitchell W. Pearlman, Executive Director, CT Freedom of Information Commission
 
{Final Decisions}  Freedom of Information Advisory Boards Will Benefit Citizens and Public Officials Alike - By Colleen M. Murphy, Associate General Counsel and Managing Director, CT Freedom of Information Commission
 
{Final Decisions}  You CAN Fight City Hall! - By Eric V. Turner, Director of Public Education, CT Freedom of Information Commission, and Gregory F. Daniels, Management Analyst
 
{Final Decisions}  Affirmative Action Benefits All of Society - By Mitchell W. Pearlman, Executive Director, CT Freedom of Information Commission, and Gregory F. Daniels, Management Analyst
{Final Decisions}  Looking For An Invisible Government - By Mitchell W. Pearlman, Executive Director, CT Freedom of Information Commission
 
{Final Decisions}  Public Officials Just Don't Get It - By Eric V. Turner, Director of Public Education, CT Freedom of Information Commission
 
{Final Decisions}  Lost Among the Data - By Mitchell W. Pearlman, Executive Director, CT Freedom of Information Commission
 

 




Content Last Modified on 10/25/2011 9:20:56 AM