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December 23, 2008 12:26 PM

Palin may speak at conservative conference

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has been invited to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference in February. Her forays into the national spotlight since losing the Nov. 4 have drawn complaints from local Democrats who said Palin's time would be better spent at home on state business.

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