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Senate File 104

Joint Education-Committee-Meeting
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Joint Education Committee Meets in Cheyenne

The Joint Interim Education Committee met in Cheyenne Friday to take testimony on potential changes to the structure of the Wyoming Department of Education and the role of the elected Superintendent of Public Instruction.

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Cindy Hill
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Cindy Hill Goes Back to Work at Department of Education [VIDEO]

Hill said her first job now is to try and figure out what has taken place at the department since she has been gone.

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Governor Matt Mead
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Mead: Thought Hill Bill Was Constituitional

The state now admits Hill has the right to lead the department, but is contesting five other points in the legislation.

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Governor Matt Mead
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Governor Denies Stalling Hill’s Return

Mead notes Hill rejected an offer to return while the courts decide on five issues the state is still contesting in regard to management of the department.

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Cindy Hill
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Cindy Hill Rejects State’s Offer For Returning to The Education Department

Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill rejected the State's offer in a court case that has to be resolved before she can return to the Wyoming Department of Education.

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Cindy Hill
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Hill: Mead Using Courts To Delay Return

She also says the governor is using the attorney general's office to ask for more hearings when the high court ruling should have settled the issue.

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Anti-Bullying Activist Questions Hill Management

Nash also says Hill regularly filled vacancies in the education department with her favorite employees, regardless of whether they met the criteria for the job

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Cindy Hill
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Hill Says “Anything Goes” For Her Opponents

She says that while proponents of the legislation say they are concerned about education, they are really motivated strictly by politics.

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Cindy Hill
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Cindy Hill Must Wait To Get Job Back

Laramie County District Judge Thomas Campbell decided Tuesday not to issue an immediate order to reinstate Hill's former duties.

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Cindy Hill Presser
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Hill Plans To Resume Education Leadership Monday

Hill on Thursday accused Mead and his attorneys of "plotting further delays" in restoring her duties.

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