The proposed AZ law does not specify that the certificate be long-form.
In the end it does not matter because the short form COLB is an abstact that would be subjected to verification against the long form birth certificate and the dingbats in the White House know it.
Oh, it matters, quite a bit. There's no federal standard for Birth Certificates, and no distinction between so called "long-forms" and "COLBs." Whatever the individual state deems legal, and is accepted by the the Federal government, as, for example,by the DOS for passport apps, or by the SSA, for social security application, will stand -- and those include the COLB, which is now being issued in multiple states in lieu of the vaunted "long form," as official proof of birth, since the info on the COLB is abstracted, officially and legally from the so-called "long form."
States can set any standard they wish for state and local elections, but no state will be able to dictate standards higher than the Federal government's standards, for a Federal election.
The rest of the Obama trolls seem to be missing. What is it about this thread?
Are you sure about that? Apparently, you are wrong.
Section 7211. Minimum Standards for Birth Certificates
Requires the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS), in consultation with Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Commissioner of Social Security and others, to promulgate regulations establishing minimum standards for birth certificates.