Citizens Need More Information, Not Less

By Mitchell Pearlman Last year, the Connecticut Supreme Court overturned some 20 years of Freedom of Information law when it concluded that police departments need only […]

Be Careful on Information Compromise

By James H. Smith Some key Connecticut legislators are telling us to compromise on how much the people can know about crime and punishment, how […]

The Right to Film the Police

By Rachel Healy Taking photographs of things that are plainly visible from public spaces is a constitutional right — and that includes recording police and other government […]