Bill Would Drop Native-Born Presidential Rule
A Senate committee considers a proposed constitutional amendment that would lift the requirement that presidents be native-born U.S. citizens. The debate turns on whether a "nation of immigrants" may someday be able to elect one to the White House. NPR's David Welna reports.
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