Rick Scott isn't the only one to flip-flop on this topic
On in-state tuition for illegal immigrants.
The percentage is weak on this one
"In states where beer is unregulated, the per capita production is significantly higher."
The data says the opposite may be true
"Higher beer production and higher consumption go hand-in-hand."
Not the goal, but impossible to guarantee
Greenlight Pinellas "won’t take existing lanes from other vehicles."
Guatemala and Mexico are similar, but not exactly the same
"No other country has a constitutional right" like the Second Amendment.
More than 20 percent of residents -- not voters -- are Hispanic in Florida
"Over 20 percent of the electorate is Hispanic" in Florida.
There is plenty of recycled lead available in the U.S.
Because the EPA closed a lead smelter in Missouri, "all lead for bullets will have to come from overseas!"
He's always waffled on abortion
Says he hasn’t changed his view on abortion restrictions.
"Taken on" includes getting sued
The U.S. Justice Department has "taken on more than 100 voting rights cases since 2009."
Losing the blame game
"Hollywood is #1 in Broward homicides in 2013. Thanks Chief Fernandez!"
His job as education commissioner
Says Charlie Crist "implemented Jeb Bush’s A+ Plan."
Not yet, but stay tuned
"My state of Florida is now the third-largest state. We have surpassed New York in population."
But he supports it now
"In 2006, Charlie Crist opposed in-state tuition for illegal immigrants."
An old industry estimate that isn't a sure thing
"Seniors enrolled in Medicare Advantage are going to see an average premium increase between $50 and $90 per month."
Actually, we found a rare case of consistent opposition
Says Charlie Crist supports "cuts to the Medicare Advantage program."
Many Republicans supported '09 increase
Charlie Crist "raised taxes in 2009 and won't rule out raising taxes again."
Scott calls for tax breaks but doesn't elaborate
"Rick Scott wants to take us back to the days of insurance companies denying coverage for pre-existing conditions."
Not automatic, not always 15 percent
"Charlie Crist signed into law an automatic 15 percent annual tuition increase that put college further out of reach for many Floridians."
Only counts private-sector job gains
"Since December 2010 Florida has created 540,000 new jobs."
So did Charlie Crist
Says Rick Scott presided over cuts to the Bright Futures college scholarship program.
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