would be pocketing for the $500-a-head fund-raising speech, the school claimed that its university
foundation -- the privately
funded auxiliary of the school officially hosting Palin -- was not
subject to the California Public Records Act,
and therefore didn't have to turn over any papers. But the university
claimed that to be a moot point, because the school's compliance
officer, Gina Leguria, informed
Yee's office that "The University has no documents that are
responsive to your request."
Yet in April, Briggs and fellow CSU-Stanislaus student Alicia Lewis told journalists at a Sacramento press conference that they discovered the very documents the school
claimed it did not have, partially shredded and disposed in a dumpster.
Anonymous sources eventually leaked Palin's asking price -- $75,000 plus some $18,000 in transportation and expenses -- which was largely confirmed by the university.
Briggs told SF Weekly she'd like to organize a group to protest on campus -- but isn't sure how to get past security and temporary fences to demonstrate there.
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