Eighteen permanent employees were fired
"One person has been fired" at the Veterans Administration for withholding services.
He asked, but the Legislature didn't listen
Says Jeb Bush "once held $1 million in family planning grants hostage until the programs receiving the money agreed not to discuss birth control at all."
Some differences, but plenty of overlap
"The families that are covered through the Low Income Pool is a different group of individuals than are covered by Obamacare."
The study doesn't blame Medicaid as the cause
"Medicaid patients were 97 percent more likely to die than those with private insurance."
Other sources say the centrist usually sides with Dems
Says U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy has "sided with the GOP on key votes twice as often as he sided with Democrats."
Really because it was a pawn shop, not a gun shop
Florida News Flash
"Suntrust Bank cancels account because company sells guns."
A biting claim
Florida Students for Concealed Carry
"According to the state of Florida, you are almost twice as likely to be attacked by an alligator than by someone who happens to carry a conceal-and-carry permit."
The vendor was also to blame for technical glitches
H. Marlene O'Toole
The delay in school testing "was not that of a vendor, the problem was not that of the test materials itself, it was the product of a cyber attack."
Overall enrollment is up, but not from order
Eliminating affirmative action in admissions in Florida led to "more African American and Hispanic kids attending our university system" than before.
Some anti-pot votes but not to jail the dying
Drug Policy Alliance
Says Debbie Wasserman Schultz "voted repeatedly to send terminally ill patients to prison."
A rug art project, yes, but no proof of praying
"Students In Fla. High School Forced To Recite Islamic Prayer, Make Prayer Rugs."
Islamic State doesn't control Libya's second-largest city
ISIS is "now the predominant Islamist group in Benghazi."
Dildo dis goes flaccid
One Texas city "has a law that says that women can only have six dildos."
Change in tactics, not substance
Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Says Marco Rubio "was for immigration reform and a pathway to citizenship before he was against it."
Ever heard of TRIM?
Says he "balanced the budget without raising taxes."
Not true anymore
Tampa Bay is "leading the state in jobs creation."
Debatable estimate downplays other reasons people move
"Estimates say individuals who escaped these high tax states have taken with them around $2 trillion in adjusted gross income."
Campaign listed donations from a Koch corporation
Says he has "never received any contributions from the Koch brothers."
The official dropout rate is in the single digits
"1/3 of our kids drop out (of high school), cannot go to college or start a career."
$350M for typical Florida water projects
"We have spent $350 million to deal with sea-level rise" in the Miami area and "hundreds of millions of dollars to deal with coral reefs."
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