In her first policy speech as a vice presidential candidate, Gov. Sarah Palin outlined her ticket’s proposals to help people with disabilities. Specifically, Palin said a McCain administration would be committed to fully funding the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act and would support giving parents the choice of whether tax dollars should go toward educating their child in a public or private school. These proposals would be exempt from the spending freeze that McCain has proposed, Palin said, according to The Washington Post. To read a full transcript of Palin’s speech, click here.