CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - State schools Superintendent Cindy Hill has better defined her public records request in an attempt to speed up the release of the documents she is seeking from the governor's office.
Hill originally asked for all emails and letters from several employees in the Department of Education and governor's office.
She says she needs the documents to defend herself as she faces the prospect of impeachment from lawmakers who are investigating her.
The governor's office has released some records, but Gov. Matt Mead and his staff have said processing the full request would take months and thousands of hours.
Mead spokesman Renny MacKay tells the Wyoming Tribune Eagle that even with the amended request from Hill it will still be a lengthy process to comply with her request.