Open access to government information is an important part of a democratic society, but not all information is always available to everyone. The Kansas Attorney General's office is sponsoring two seminars on the state's Open Records Laws to promote better understanding of government transparency. Attorney General Derek Schmidt says the sessions are primarily intended to educate state employees about the Open Records Laws but all interested citizens are welcome to attend.
The first session is planned for Concordia, in north-central Kansas, tomorrow (TUE) afternoon. The second session will be held at the Johnson County Administration Building in Olathe on Wednesday morning. Visit the Kansas Attorney General's office for more information.