The final amount will be determined by the Alaska Department of Administration, said Palin's attorney, Thomas Van Flein, who guesstimates it will be around $6,800.
There is no state law against the governor's family traveling with her, and the personnel board found no wrongdoing on the part of the governor.
Let's repeat that part, 'cause it's just so delish: NO WRONGDOING.
Correct me I'm wrong here, but if you or I expensed our companies for family members to travel/dine with us while we were on company business, I think we'd be promptly fired.
The charges include airfare and a meal for her daughter Bristol Palin, who went with her mom to New York for Newsweek's Third Annual Women and Leadership Conference in October 2007.
Other trips: Bristol's trip to see "Beauty and the Beast" at the Valley Performing Arts Center, Piper and Bristol's trip to Juneau for the State of the State address, and Piper's trip to see her dad race in the Iron Dog snow machine race and attend the the Alaska Outdoor Council Banquet.