SILVER SPRING — Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler is calling on Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown to explain in greater detail why the state’s health exchange website has been so troubled.
Gansler, who is battling Brown for the Democratic nomination in the governor’s race, went in the offensive Monday at his campaign headquarters in the latest foray in a vigorously contested primary race.
Brown is scheduled to testify before two legislative committees on Tuesday on emergency legislation to enroll people in health care plans who could not get through the website.
Brown has been a focus of criticism for the rollout because he played the role of point man on its implementation in Maryland.