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Now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine Arizona's secretary of state Ken Bennett.
Says he's been asking for two months for Hawaiian officials to prove President Obama was born there.
Hawaiian officials won't budge until -- satisfies a number of requirements and both sides disagree about whether he's actually done it.
Bennett says he might remove President Obama from the ballot in Arizona.
If the group doesn't arrive from Hawaii soon.
-- of democratic critics say is politically calculated.
And aimed at capturing support from a fringe group of Republicans as Bennett weighs a run for governor.
Bennett says he's not quote a birth there.
But wants to clear up the issue were concerned arizonans.
A number of judiciary employees including judges on the ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Are getting blasted for plans to attend a million dollar conference in Hawaii in August.
Republicans under Chuck Grassley and Jeff Sessions sent a letter.
Stay in the Hawaii meeting does not meet or seem to be in line with the ninth circuit's own opinion that the budget is tight.
Conference organizers -- government funds won't be used for the recreational activities like snorkeling or tennis.
A Circuit Court of Appeals spokeswoman promised a formal response.
Lawmakers talk like teenagers according to a study from the Sunlight Foundation.
It analyzed every single word uttered on the floor in the house and the senate.
Finding that the average lawmaker in congress speaks to the tenth grade level.
That's down from an eleventh grade level in 2000 fox.
By comparison the constitution is written at a so called seventeenth grade level.
Some see all of this is a dumbing down of language but others claim it's a matter of communicating more effectively.
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