Over the past decade, no Freedom of Information case was more widely publicized in Connecticut than the election-eve battle by The Hartford Courant for the police report of an April 1994 domestic disturbance involving soon-to-be governor John G. Rowland and his ex-wife.

Rowland battled hard against disclosure of the three-page report, eventually winning in Waterbury Superior Court and at the state Appellate Court.

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