Questions and allegations about the contract to bring Sarah Palin to Turlock continue to swirl less than a month before the event.
On Monday, an anti-Palin Web site based in Europe said it had uncovered how much California State University, Stanislaus, will pay to bring the former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential nominee to a June 25 fund-raiser: $75,000 in a speaker's fee and $18,000 in expenses, including travel, transportation and hotel.
The contract signed between the university's foundation and the Washington Speakers Bureau, which represents Palin, includes a clause keeping the amount she's being paid confidential.
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