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Says his proposed education spending "is the highest state funding level in Florida history."
The majority of public funding for the Marlins stadium "came from hotel taxes, the burden of which is incurred by tourists who are visiting our city, NOT the resident taxpayers."
"In other jurisdictions where (a domestic partnership registry) has been enacted, we have seen that fewer people enter into marriage."
"The group that supported the president’s health care bill the most? Latinos."
"Agriculture has always required a significant workforce from abroad."
The United States does "not have a system through which growers and dairies can bring a workforce legally into the U.S."
"I still live in the same working-class neighborhood I grew up in."
"Our economy actually shrank during the last three months of 2012."
Florida has "the second-lowest (campaign) contribution limit in the entire country."
Says his budget provides "the highest state funding level in history" for education.
Says state workers have not had across-the-board raises in six years.
People committed involuntarily for 72 hours under the Baker Act will get their guns back "automatically and immediately upon discharge....and their commitment is never entered into a background check database."
Says Rick Scott’s proposal for election reform "only mandates 48 hours of early voting."
Says his elections proposal would allow "a potential of 168 hours (of early voting), which I think is the most we’ve ever had."
Says a recent study shows Florida students are second in the world in fourth grade reading, behind Singapore.
The United States has "an immigration system where only 6.5 percent of people who come here, come here based on labor and skill."
"I sponsored the amendment that expanded the hours of early voting so that people who have irregular work schedules could vote."
"In the four years before I became governor, we increased state debt $5.2 billion. We've paid it down $2 billion."
Says a federal plan to expand Medicaid would cost Florida taxpayers $26 billion over 10 years.
"Report that #GOP insisting on changes to Social Security as part of #fiscalcliff false. BTW those changes are supported by @barackobama."
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