PHOENIX - A bill to require presidential candidates to show their birth certificates to get on the state's ballot is being set aside at the Arizona
With lawmakers working toward adjournment of their annual session, the sponsor of the bill used to resurrect the proposal says it won't get a Senate
vote because some fellow Republicans don't support it.
The House narrowly approved the measure last week.
The bill is an outgrowth over some Obama critics' doubts over whether he was born in the United States. Hawaii officials have repeatedly confirmed
Obama's citizenship, and his Hawaiian birth certificate has been made public, along with newspaper birth notices.
Well what do you know? Another birther case closed, set aside or thrown out, set aside in this case. I like the how the last sentence is Hawaii
officials have repeatedly confirmed Obama's citizenship, and his Hawaiian birth certificate has been made public, along with newspaper birth notices.
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