Statements we say are False
"Congresswoman Ros-Lehtinen has long record of voting against VA backlog fixes."
David Beckham’s proposed soccer stadium at Miami’s Port "threatens the 207,000 jobs and $27 billion economic impact tied to the cargo and cruise industries."
Says Charlie Crist supports "cuts to the Medicare Advantage program."
The Greenlight Pinellas transportation plan involves a "300% tax increase."
"We have invested record funding in protecting our environment."
"Recently, Florida has successfully reduced the environmental permitting time down to just two days."
Says Alex Sink "failed Florida homeowners by using predatory lending practices."
Under a proposed bill, a $100,000 home’s flood insurance premium would be "maybe $200 or $300 annually."
Says David Jolly lobbied "for government-run health care just last year."
Gov. Charlie Crist "sought for and got approved the automatic restoration of felon rights for nonviolent offenders for the first time in Florida history."
One of the "main functions" of the Department of Homeland Security’s SAVE database is "checking voter registration citizenship status."
Passage of a referendum on an aquarium for Clearwater means "NO future funding for our neighborhoods."
"This is the year Florida becomes a majority minority state."
Common Core is being "used by the Obama Administration to turn the Department of Education into what is effectively a national school board."
"Common Core expects English teachers to spend at least half of their reading instructional time at every grade level on informational texts."
Teachers were not involved in developing the Common Core State Standards.
"Since Mr. Foster's been mayor, we have less small businesses in the city of St. Petersburg."
"Unfortunately, since Mr. Foster's been mayor ... there are less people employed in the city of St. Petersburg than there were prior to his taking office."
"Nobody's addicted to" marijuana.
"Obama has jumped the shark and ordered the ocean closed!"
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