Controversy is growing over an invitation by the foundation of California State University at Stanislaus to Sarah Palin. Jerry Brown, the attorney general of California, is starting an investigation into the foundation and whether it is appropriate for it to use funds to bring the former vice presidential candidate to campus, the Los Angeles Times reported. Meanwhile, students say they have found in a trash bin shredded documents -- which the university failed to turn over to legislative committees -- about the visit. Brown said his inquiry would include the issue of the documents' authenticity and -- if they are real -- how they ended up in the trash.
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