Centers are open
Recently Rick Scott "closed 30 women’s health care centers across the state."
The numbers are off, but the DEA agrees
Of the 98 top oxycodone-dispensing doctors who used to live in Florida, "today, there are none."
Flooded with inaccuracies
Says U.S. House candidate Carlos Curbelo "supported raising flood insurance rates."
Scott doesn't wants feds saying what should be covered
Says Rick Scott "thinks employers should be able to deny women coverage for birth control."
In part to catch up after Crist's rate freeze
"Under Rick Scott, homeowners are paying higher (home insurance) premiums for less coverage."
A claim that gets too far afield from evidence
Says U.S. House candidate Carlos Curbelo "supported ending the Medicare guarantee."
Not in cahoots, but GOP sure likes to remind Crist about his Ponzi pal
Says Rick Scott has "teamed up with a felon convicted of running a Ponzi scheme to smear Charlie Crist."
Wording says state must define limits
Under a proposed medical marijuana amendment in Florida, "you don't get refills -- you get it forever."
Donations aren't hidden from public
Rick Scott took $200,000 from a family that leased land for drilling "and now he is trying to hide from it."
Crist put donor on judicial panel, but no hard evidence for "control"
Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein "gave hundreds of thousands of campaign cash to control Crist’s appointments of key state judges."
The Legislature suspended those powers
Obamacare "prevents (Florida) from regulating insurance."
Bush signed the law, not Crist
Says Charlie "Crist made it easier for Duke to take your money."
Complicated connection to the Colliers
Says Rick Scott took $200,000 in campaign contributions from a company that "profited off pollution."
Owner's company cited for permit violations
Says Charlie Crist rode on a jet that "belongs to a serial polluter with a history of environmental violations fined nearly $2 million for polluting water."
An agency decision, but Scott was silent
Says Rick Scott "is letting Duke (Energy) keep collecting billions" despite troubled power plants.
Complicated mix of funding
"All Aboard Florida is receiving millions in Florida taxpayer dollars."
Not entirely private
"All Aboard Florida is a 100 percent private venture. There is no state money involved."
Depending on how the data was examined
"25 percent of all drug-related fatal vehicle accidents in the U.S. involve marijuana."
Only after a court asked for changes
"Attorney General Eric Holder’s own Justice Department precleared the voting changes in the 2011 law" about early voting in Florida.
The rate didn't go up, but collections will
Says Rick Scott "raised property taxes."
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