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"Gov. Rick Scott signed into law a bill that gives Florida's public officials an easy way to avoid disclosing their personal finances."
"$3 billion over the next five years will be taken out of our public schools and be put into vouchers."
When Rick Scott "was deposed in lawsuits about his company, he took the Fifth 75 times."
Judging by a recent vote, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz "thinks it's okay for medical marijuana patients to go to federal prison."
"Congresswoman Ros-Lehtinen has long record of voting against VA backlog fixes."
"Charlie Crist allowed college tuition to increase up to 15 percent every year."
Florida has "the most errors and exonerations from death row."
"Less than 5 percent of registered users in states allowing medical marijuana have cancer or AIDS."
41,200 veterans in Florida "don’t have health care because Scott didn’t expand Medicaid."
Cap and trade legislation "was originally a Republican idea."
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"
A company hired to do Common Core testing in Florida will "attract every one of your children to become as homosexual as they possibly can."
David Beckham’s soccer stadium would get a "special tax deal that lets them off the hook for $2 million in taxes every year for 30 years."
"U.S. teenagers have now fallen behind their counterparts in Ireland, Poland and even Vietnam in math and science."
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."
There is no "incontrovertible proof that speed, in and of itself, is the contributing factor to increasing (vehicular) fatalities."
"Florida Democrats just voted to impose Sharia law on women."
Says Rick Scott’s record on jobs includes Florida "ranked 2nd in the nation in long-term unemployment."
On in-state tuition for illegal immigrants.
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