California State University at Stanislaus and its private foundation violated public records laws and will have to release the speakers contract with Sarah Palin they had tried to keep secret, a judge has ruled.
The details of Palin’s contract to speak at a June 25 fundraiser for the foundation became national news last spring after foundation officials refused to tell state Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, how much Palin would be paid. Yee has been trying to change a state law that shields campus foundations from public scrutiny.
The Palin story grew more bizarre in April after students found discarded pieces of the secret contract in a Dumpster on the property of the public university – after university officials told Yee and CalAware, an open-government group, that they didn’t have any of Palin-related documents.
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