Panel Holds 2nd Day of Testimony in Hill Hearing
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — After a marathon first day of testimony, a special state House committee continues its hearing into whether Wyoming schools Superintendent Cindy Hill committed any impeachable offenses.
The committee heard about 11 hours of testimony on Monday in Cheyenne from six of the 16 witnesses scheduled to testify.
Witnesses described Hill's leadership as "erratic" and "threatening" and said she misused federal money and employees.
The Legislature's Select Investigative Committee can recommend whether Hill should face impeachment by the full House.
Hill has denied any wrongdoing and says she's a victim of a political witch hunt.
The superintendent was removed as head of the Education Department last year under a new law that Hill is challenging in court.