Advocates worried by open meetings bill

Government transparency advocates say they are concerned about a newly filed bill that would change Wyoming’s public meetings law.

House Bill 232 would allow public agencies to “take action upon information classified as confidential by law” in executive session.

The state’s current law allows governing bodies to enter into the secret sessions, which are closed from the public, to debate or receive information on a range of specified topics, such as personnel matters or proposed litigation. Continue>>>