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Hawaii Pol To File Bill To Force Release Of Obama's Birth Certificate

According to World Net Daily, Hawaii state Sen. Will Espero has filed a bill to force his state's Department of Health to release Barack Obama's "long-form" birth certificate.
Espero told WND his bill is aimed at "giving citizens access to birth records" under a standard of government transparency which would permit journalists to request in writing the public disclosure of vital birth records including long-form birth certificates of all persons born in Hawaii. He said it would include the release of birth records on those previously born in Hawaii. "My decision to file the legislation was primarily a result of the fuss over President Obama's birth records and the lingering questions," Espero said. Espero told WND that he believes President Obama was born in Hawaii. "My motivation is strictly to promote transparency," he said. "When I found out that Hawaii birth records were not available to the public my first thought was, 'Why wouldn't they be available to the public?' "As far as I am concerned, records regarding whether a person was born here or not should be in the public domain," he said.

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