Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction, Cindy Hill, has been making headlines over the past several months, after her elected position was stripped of most of its powers by legislative action.

Lawyers for the state are now conceding that the bulk of the bill stripping most duties from the superintendent of public instruction is unconstitutional.

This after Hill sued the state. The Supreme Court ruled in January that lawmakers overstepped their authority in passing the legislation. The court later refused to reconsider the case.

The case is currently before a District Court judge.

Hill is now speaking out about problems facing education in the state.  Here's an interview with Hill conducted by Trevor T. Trujillo: