CSU releases more Palin papers

The California State University system Tuesday released 2,000 more pages of documents related to Sarah Palin's upcoming visit to Turlock.

University officials said in a news release that more than 95 percent of the documents "contain primarily press and media inquiries, (Public Records Act) requests, and public inquiries about the event."

A state senator, a public watchdog organization and others, including The Bee, filed requests for the records after it was announced that the former vice presidential candidate would speak at a California State University, Stanislaus, fund-raiser June 25 for an undisclosed fee.