Statements we say are Mostly True
"President Obama decided not to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in New York."
Says Obama doubled funding for the Pell Grant.
Says Charlie Crist "was pro-life, pro-gun and vehemently anti-tax."
The unemployment rate is declining faster in Tampa "than almost anywhere else."
"There is an increasing amount of evidence from public polling that the highest number of Americans ever identify themselves as pro-life."
"A small business in my district" needed "31 different permits and fees just to be able to expand."
Says Ronda Storms voted to fund the 'Taj Mahal' courthouse.
Aaron Bean voted to give illegal immigrants in-state tuition.
Says Connie Mack IV has been "a promoter for Hooters with a history of bar room brawling, altercations and road rage."
Says U.S. Rep. Connie Mack IV passed "only one bill" in seven years.
Says Jeff Brandes voted to allow state-run Citizens Property Insurance to dump policies onto "out-of-state, unregulated private companies."
"A Florida judge ruled parts of Obamacare unconstitutional."
Florida has "1,200 golf courses. I think 58 million rounds played a year in Florida. We’ve got 44 percent of all travel golf in the country here. 5 million people come here just for golf."
"About 230,000 people that were on unemployment when I took office are not on unemployment now."
"It's the first time in the nation this many members have been drawn (by a Legislature) into the same districts where it wasn't a court order."
Says David Rivera "received a $5,000 campaign contribution from Congressman Spencer Bachus, who is currently under House Ethics investigation for insider trading."
There are "a larger number of shark attacks in Florida than there are cases of voter fraud."
"In some communities, for $10,000 worth of (PIP) coverage it’s $1,500 a year."
"We supported the first new nuclear power plant in three decades."
"Right now, 50 percent of Florida students leaving high school cannot read at grade level."
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