NO it did not. The law to allow registration of a child born outside of Hawaii was not passed until 1982, and even that law does not allow the DOH to lie about the place of birth. It can issue a Hawaii birth certificate, but the BC must state the actual place of birth on it. In other words, it would say, if the child were born in Newark: "Hawaii certificate of live birth: Place of Birth, Newark."In 1961, state law permitted Hawaiian parents of children born anywhere in the world to register them as Hawaiian-born, a legalized backdoor to U.S. citizenship. Article II of the U.S. Constitution insists that only a “natural-born citizen” can serve as president.
At that time, Hawaii’s local newspapers filled space by printing birth announcements from the archive, including Hawaiian birth certificates of foreign-born children.
Obama's short form birth certificate says that his place of birth was Honolulu, and his long form birth certificate---the facts on which have been repeatedly confirmed by the officials of both parties in Hawaii---says that his place of birth was Kapiolani Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii.
And the birth notices that appeared in the "Health Bureau Statistics" section of the Hawaii newspapers were in 1961 ONLY sent to the papers by the Health Bureau, the department of health. And the DOH only sent out those notices for children that it had issued birth certificates for, and in 1961 it only issued birth certificates to children born in Hawaii.
Sheriff Joe's posse has made statements that the Hawaii newspapers accepted birth notice ads for the Health Bureau Statistics section of the paper in 1961. But, guess what, they NEVER SHOWED AN EXAMPLE. They never showed an example of a birth notice advertisement running in the Health Bureau Statistics section of the Hawaii newspapers.