Alia Beard Rau
The Arizona Republic
April 15, 2011
The Arizona Legislature has become the first in the nation to pass a measure requiring presidential candidates to provide proof of citizenship to get on the state’s ballot.
Gov. Jan Brewer will then have five days to sign it, veto it or do nothing and allow it to become law.
If Brewer chooses to veto the bill, Republican lawmakers could attempt an override vote. The bill would become law if two-thirds of legislators supported the override.
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