Middlesex Co. litigator prepping second birther case

Middlesex County litigator Mario Apuzzo is preparing to make his second case against President Barack Obama's eligibility to run for president based on citizenship. The

JAMESBURG - Middlesex County litigator Mario Apuzzo is preparing to make his second case against President Barack Obama's eligibility to run for president based on citizenship.

The president's birth certificate has been a hot topic in conservative circles ever since the president was elected in 2008. Apuzzo says the birth certificate that was released had been altered.

A hearing on the president's eligibility will be held Tuesday at 9 a.m. in Mercer County.

The Obama re-election campaign chose not to make a spokesperson available, and instead responded to News 12 New Jersey's request for comment with an image of a coffee mug it is selling that features the president on one side and his birth certificate on the other.

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