MIDDLETOWN, CT (WFSB) - The governor is poised to sign a bill that increases transparency in the state's criminal justice system.

Gov. Ned Lamont scheduled a bill-signing ceremony in Middletown Wednesday to commemorate the final passage of An Act Increasing Fairness and Transparency in the Criminal Justice System.

Lamont said the bill will increase the public's access to information in the state's system.

The ceremony happened at 10 a.m. at Middlesex Community College in Middletown.

Lamont was joined by state legislators, prosecutors and advocates.

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Jame Gumb

Double check all that paperwork he signed. Willing to bet he snuck a new tax through.

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