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House committee has cut out time for superintendent to respond in effort to streamline process

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CHEYENNE, Wyoming — The House committee investigating schools Superintendent Cindy Hill has changed its rules to streamline the process that has run much longer than originally planned.

The committee is reviewing work done by Hill during the first part of her tenure with the Wyoming Department of Education.

Hill was removed from running the department by Senate File 104 in early 2013 but returned this spring after the law was ruled unconstitutional by the Wyoming Supreme Court.

The committee's final report is set to include results of the inquiry, fact-finding and recommendations.

The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports (http://bit.ly/1qePzY6) that members of the committee voted 13 to 2 to make changes that include dropping the 15-day time window for Hill or members of her staff to comment on subcommittee draft reports.


Information from: Wyoming Tribune Eagle, http://www.wyomingnews.com

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