They'll be eligible, not necessarily 'forced'
"If we choose Obamacare expansion, 600,000 will lose eligibility for their subsidies, of which 257,000 would be forced into Medicaid."
Grayson was No. 1, Wasserman Schultz No. 2
"I’m the only member of the House of Representatives who raised most of his campaign funds in the last election from small contributions of less than $200."
The study doesn't blame Medicaid as the cause
"Medicaid patients were 97 percent more likely to die than those with private insurance."
Only a handful of countries spend more than the U.S. per pupil
"We have an 80 percent graduation rate in high school after spending more per student than any country in the world other than Liechtenstein, I think, or Luxembourg and a couple other small countries."
Polls show mixed results
"Medicaid expansion isn’t necessarily a very popular issue on the street."
Actually Pennsylvania is No. 2
Florida has the most concealed weapon permits in the nation, "nearly double that of the second state, which is Texas."
The state had a year's notice funding was ending
"The same federal government that offers some money for a program is walking away from another health care program."
Other sources say the centrist usually sides with Dems
Says U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy has "sided with the GOP on key votes twice as often as he sided with Democrats."
Really because it was a pawn shop, not a gun shop
"Suntrust Bank cancels account because company sells guns."
Clear support gives way to "No thanks."
On expanding Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
He meant to say no fatal school fires in Florida
"You know how many children in the history of the United States have died in a fire (at school)? Zero."
Some studies say yes, others not so much
A school uniform policy helps with "school safety, helps with truancy."
Different text on private parties, persons
"Florida has a law like (Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act)."
Down from the highest total funding ever
"Inflation-adjusted defense spending has declined 21 percent since 2010, and even if we discount the drawdowns in Iraq and Afghanistan, it has still declined by a dangerous 12 percent."
State closed white-black gap for certain years
Florida is "one of the few states that has actually had a narrowing of the achievement gap based on income, or based on race or ethnicity."
Claim was wrong when Dems used it against GOPers too
U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy "voted to allow members of Congress to receive taxpayer-funded health care for life."
New data says differences have waned
"Whales live as long at SeaWorld" as they do in the wild.
Solar debate overcast in Louisiana, not Georgia
Recent solar energy policies in Georgia "have resulted in rate hikes and did not result in solar becoming any more economically viable."
A biting claim
"According to the state of Florida, you are almost twice as likely to be attacked by an alligator than by someone who happens to carry a conceal-and-carry permit."
According to an annual state survey
The state of Florida has seen "double-digit drops" in alcohol use among teens.
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