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TV ads promote amendment to let Schwarzenegger run for president

[JURIST] A California group that wants to amend the US Constitution to allow foreign born citizens to run for president is sponsering a series of television ads designed to rally public support. The ads will run in California starting Monday, and will urge residents to give Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and other foreign-born citizens the right to run for the nation's highest office. Polls show public support for the amendment is low and constitutional amendments require ratification by 38 states and congressional approval. AP has more.

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