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Here and Now Wednesday: Rain and Floods, the Obama Birth Certificate, West Louisville Neighborhoods

Here's what we have planned for today at 1pm: The White House has released the long form version of President Obama's birth certificate, showing that Barack Hussein Obama II was born at 7:24 pm on Aug. 4, 1961, at Kapiolani Maternity and Gynecological Hospital, within the city limits of Honolulu. Speaking today, the President said he hopes this will settle the issue for most Americans, adding that we do not have time for "this kind of silliness." We speak with Rick Klein, senior Washington editor for ABC World News, and host of the ABC News political webcast “Top Line.”MSD Executive Director Bud Schardein gives us an update on the city's continuing battle with the rising Ohio River, and we'll ask him how prepared the city is for a really big flood.The Louisville Metropolitan Housing Coalition is hosting a summit tomorrow to talk about two problems plaguing the city: falling housing values, and the lack of affordable housing. It’s a problem citywide, but it’s most stark in West Louisville, where census data shows housing in parts of the California and Portland neighborhoods is 27% vacant. We'll discuss the problem and look for solutions.And here's a sure sign of spring in the eastern US - spring leeks, also known as ramps.  They grow wild and foodies love them -- love them so much they are in danger of being over harvested. Chef Kathy Gunst visits a place in northern New England that is bursting with ramps.WFPL News Here and Now begins at 1pm.

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