Resolving Obama's eligibility now has dollars-and-sense plan
By Bob Unruh
January 11, 2011
Montana state Rep. Bob Wagner is proposing legislation that would require candidates for president to document their constitutional eligibility in his state, but his plan would take the controversy one step beyond other state proposals.
His outline would set in state law protections for the taxpayers of Montana to prevent them from being billed for "unnecessary expense and litigation" involving the failure of "federal election officials" to do their duty.