Statements we say are Half-True

Rick Scott took $200,000 from a family that leased land for drilling "and now he is trying to hide from it."

Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein "gave hundreds of thousands of campaign cash to control Crist’s appointments of key state judges."

Says Rick Scott took $200,000 in campaign contributions from a company that "profited off pollution."

Says Rick Scott "is letting Duke (Energy) keep collecting billions" despite troubled power plants.

"All Aboard Florida is receiving millions in Florida taxpayer dollars."

"25 percent of all drug-related fatal vehicle accidents in the U.S. involve marijuana."

"Attorney General Eric Holder’s own Justice Department precleared the voting changes in the 2011 law" about early voting in Florida.

"Having an active father makes children 98 percent more likely to graduate from college."

Says Rick Scott cut "Bright Futures scholarships in half."

Says Charlie Crist "voted against raising the minimum wage."

"Expanding Medicaid would create 63k jobs."

Says Rick Scott "cut education to pay for even more tax breaks for big, powerful, well-connected corporations."

"Light rail does not reduce congestion."

"Gov. Rick Scott signed into law a bill that gives Florida's public officials an easy way to avoid disclosing their personal finances."

Florida has "the most errors and exonerations from death row."

41,200 veterans in Florida "don’t have health care because Scott didn’t expand Medicaid."

A proposed amendment "allows a teenager to get a recommendation for medical marijuana without the consent of a parent."

"Governor Scott Cut Taxes 40 Times For Florida Families"

There is no "incontrovertible proof that speed, in and of itself, is the contributing factor to increasing (vehicular) fatalities."

Says Rick Scott’s record on jobs includes Florida "ranked 2nd in the nation in long-term unemployment."

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