I had my health director, who is a physician by background, go personally view the birth certificate in the birth records of the Department of HealthWatercooler Stories May 14, 2010
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I've certainly said things I wish I could take back and I know the coach is feeling that way right nowReport: Hawaii coach makes gay slur Jul 31, 2009
I had my health director, who is a physician by background, go personally view the birth certificate in the birth records of the Department of HealthHawaiian law blocks pesky 'birthers' May 13, 2010
While ours is a system of representative government, it also is one that recognizes that from time to time there are issues that require the reflection, collective wisdom and consent of the peopleGov. nixes civil union bill; groups to sue Jul 07, 2010
Linda Lingle (born Linda Cutter; June 4, 1953) was the seventeenth Governor of Hawaii. Lingle holds a number of distinctions: first Republican elected governor of Hawaii since the departure of William F. Quinn in 1962, first county mayor elected governor of Hawaii, first female governor of Hawaii, first Jewish governor of Hawaii; the first governor of Hawaii not to have any children; she has been married and divorced twice. During the 2004 Republican National Convention in New York City, Lingle served as chairman of the convention during the absence of permanent chairman Dennis Hastert from the convention floor.
Prior to her gubernatorial administration, Lingle served as Maui County mayor, councilmember, and chaired the Hawaii Republican Party.
Born Linda Cutter in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1953, Lingle moved with her family to Southern California when she was 12. She graduated from Birmingham High School in Lake Balboa, California (at that time, part of Van Nuys), then received her bachelor's degree in journalism cum laude from California State University, Northridge, in 1975.