Statements we say are Mostly False
Under a proposed medical marijuana amendment in Florida, "you don't get refills -- you get it forever."
"All Aboard Florida is a 100 percent private venture. There is no state money involved."
Says Rick Scott "raised property taxes."
Says U.S. House candidate Carlos Curbelo "opposes the repeal of Obamacare."
"With Rick Scott, there are more funds for preschool education."
Says Charlie Crist signed "the nation’s harshest marijuana laws."
"Under Governor Crist, 3,000 teachers laid off."
"$3 billion over the next five years will be taken out of our public schools and be put into vouchers."
Judging by a recent vote, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz "thinks it's okay for medical marijuana patients to go to federal prison."
"In states where beer is unregulated, the per capita production is significantly higher."
"Higher beer production and higher consumption go hand-in-hand."
Greenlight Pinellas "won’t take existing lanes from other vehicles."
Says he hasn’t changed his view on abortion restrictions.
"My state of Florida is now the third-largest state. We have surpassed New York in population."
"Seniors enrolled in Medicare Advantage are going to see an average premium increase between $50 and $90 per month."
"We have been teaching these (Common Core) standards in Florida schools since 2010."
"There are over 100 pipelines between the United States and Canada right now."
Florida's revenue "is growing at a faster rate than almost any state in the country."
"Obamacare will drive 2.5 million Americans out of the workforce."
Because of the federal health care law, "300,000 health plans canceled" in Florida.
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