FILE - In this Oct. 12, 2010 file photo, Cindy Hill answers audience questions during a General Election Debate for Superintendent of Public Instruction at the Wyoming Union in Laramie, Wyo. In just over a year since becoming the state's top public education official, Hill is finding that the learning curve in managing a large government agency can be more challenging than in running a grade school. (AP Photo/Laramie Boomerang, Andy Carpenean, File)
Cheyenne, WY (KGWN) - The Wyoming Attorney general has filed a status update with the Laramie County District Court in Cheyenne on the state's progress in fulfilling document requests made by Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill.
Documents filed with the court show the state has provided Hill with 15,500 documents totaling 130,000 pages.
Five people have been hired by the state, some full some part time, and twenty two additional state employees have been working on the case.
An estimated eighteen hundred hours of time has been spent by state employees on Hill's request.
The court document also notes that by the end of the process, they expect to turn over an additional one hundred and fifty thousand to two hundred thousand pages of document.