From Wyoming Tribune Eagle Online: Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill and the governor's office remain deadlocked in a dispute over the release of public records.
Gov. Matt Mead said again on Monday that his office will not be able to meet Hill’s request that thousands of emails from his staff be released by next week.
Hill submitted a public records request in July seeking all emails and letters from several employees in the state Department of Education and governor’s policy office. This included Mead’s chief of staff, Kari Jo Gray, and his education policy adviser, Mary Kay Hill.
Cindy Hill said she needs the documents to defend herself against allegations that are being investigated by a legislative committee.