ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler is planning to talk about proposals to improve transparency and accountability in state government.
Gansler has scheduled a forum for Wednesday in Annapolis.
It’s the third forum the attorney general has set as he prepared to officially announce his plans to run for governor in September.
Gansler says part of the discussion will include a proposal for an open meetings record law. He says it would require all meetings regarding the development of regulations held between state employees and outside parties to be made public.
Now, he says, such meetings are held in private. Gansler has previously held forums on fighting domestic violence and boosting manufacturing in the state.