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New documents obtained by The Sacramento Bee show UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi billed the University of California for first class flights, guided, tours, expensive hotel rooms and limousines. Katehi has been on paid administrative leave. An outside investigator is looking into allegations of her misusing student funds, nepotism and misstating her role in hiring online image consultants. Erasmo Martinez The Sacramento Bee
New documents obtained by The Sacramento Bee show UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi billed the University of California for first class flights, guided, tours, expensive hotel rooms and limousines. Katehi has been on paid administrative leave. An outside investigator is looking into allegations of her misusing student funds, nepotism and misstating her role in hiring online image consultants. Erasmo Martinez The Sacramento Bee

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