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Rutledge states his case; expects eventual citizenship


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 04, 2011

~~<p>Arthur A. Rutledge has stated that &quot;I am confident there is no serious thought of deporting me, and I am further confident that I shall eventually be granted citizenship.&quot;</p>
<p>In a statement prepared for the first issue of the Hawaii Labor News, official publication of the three unions he represents, Rutledge tells &quot;his side&quot; of the controversy over his application for United States citizenship.</p>
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Arthur A. Rutledge has stated that "I am confident there is no serious thought of deporting me, and I am further confident that I shall eventually be granted citizenship."

In a statement prepared for the first issue of the Hawaii Labor News, official publication of the three unions he represents, Rutledge tells "his side" of the controversy over his application for United States citizenship. Login for more...



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