A.G. Crowe, a Louisiana state senator who sponsored one of the bills last year, said Thursday that even though the president's birth certificate is on full display, he still doesn't know whether Obama is from here or Africa.
"I have no clue. I have no clue whatsoever. No clue whatsoever," Crowe said.
Told that Obama's birth certificate is available, Crowe said, "But you know what, what was the reason for taking so long to do all of that?"
"Until I see it myself, my mind will not be made up as to where he was born," he said. ABC News sent an email to Crowe with a link to Obama's birth certificate, but he didn't respond after that.
Leo Berman, a state representative in Texas who also filed a birther bill, said he doesn't believe Obama was born in the United States because of YouTube videos he said he's seen that show Obama and the first lady admitting that he wasn't born in the country.
"I don't think it's real," Berman said of Obama's birth certificate. "That's correct. And a number of people in the United States have the same opinion."
According to an ABC News/Washington Post survey from about a year ago, only 77 percent of people polled said they knew Obama was born in the United States. Of those who didn't, 3 percent said another country, and 19 percent said they had no opinion.