Re: 10 states now developing eligibility-proof demands
WABob, that's an interesting development. I was under the impression that legislators usually had their bills reviewed by law professors and other consultants before actually introducing them. Perhaps Burges skipped this step, and now she's learning the hard way?
Another similar bill was introduced in AZ last year - if I remember correctly, it passed in the House but never came up for a vote in the Senate. I wonder if it had similar problems, or perhaps the senators were afraid of being called "crazy Birthers"? It will be interesting to see how Burges's bill progresses.
I'm also wondering what Obama and Holder will do if AZ or any other state passes such a law. They might launch legal challenges which could keep the law(s) locked up until the 2012 elections were done.....?