SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - The flare-up over Sarah Palin's scheduled speech on a California State University campus has taken a twist after students discovered a portion of her confidential contract.
The document found in a campus Dumpster does not include her compensation for the June 25 speech to the CSU Stanislaus Foundation.
It does specify other requirements to be provided by the foundation, including round-trip, first-class airfare for two, a suite and two rooms at a deluxe hotel and transportation via SUVs or black town cars.
It also requires that Palin's lectern be stocked with water bottles and bendable straws.
The students say they acted on a tip that documents were being shredded inside the main administration building last Friday, a day that campus staff was supposed to be on furlough.
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