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Arizona Birthers Seek Certificates

FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010 picture, Arizona Rep. Chad Campbell, D-Phoenix, left, and  Warde Nichols,  R-Gilbert, confer during a special session at the Capitol in Phoenix. Arizona lawmakers who still aren't convinced President Barack Obama was born in the U.S. are pushing a bill through the Legislature that would require the president to show his birth certificate to get on the state's 2012 ballot.
FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010 picture, Arizona Rep. Chad Campbell, D-Phoenix, left, and Warde Nichols, R-Gilbert, confer during a special session at the Capitol in Phoenix. Arizona lawmakers who still aren't convinced President Barack Obama was born in the U.S. are pushing a bill through the Legislature that would require the president to show his birth certificate to get on the state's 2012 ballot. "We're becoming a national joke," Campbell, a Phoenix Democrat who opposes the measure, said Thursday, April 22, 2010. (Matt York / Associated Press)

Arizona Rep. Chad Campbell, D-Phoenix, left, and Warde Nichols, R-Gilbert, confer during a special session at the Capitol in Phoenix. Arizona lawmakers who still aren't convinced President Barack Obama was born in the U.S. are pushing a bill through the Legislature that would require the president to show his birth certificate to get on the state's 2012 ballot. "We're becoming a national joke," Campbell, a Phoenix Democrat who opposes the measure, said today. (AP Photo/Matt York)

Question: Forget about the Birther claim re: President Barack Obama for a minute. Is this legislation that a state should pursue?




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