State law allows Bush to do that
"(Jeb) Bush, not the State of Florida, decided which private emails to disclose."
Definitely a big chunk
Medicaid is close to 30 percent of the state budget and "the biggest expenditure at the state."
Overall enrollment is up, but not from order
Eliminating affirmative action in admissions in Florida led to "more African American and Hispanic kids attending our university system" than before.
One judge said it, but it's not binding
A federal judge said President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration is "unconstitutional."
Florida's tax burden is indeed low
"The average person only pays about $1,800 in state taxes — which is the lowest of all 50 states."
The definition is debatable depending on the cut
"We have cut taxes more than 40 times in four years."
Still behind 2007 if you account for inflation
Education funding of $7,176 per student is a "historic level."
Some anti-pot votes but not to jail the dying
Says Debbie Wasserman Schultz "voted repeatedly to send terminally ill patients to prison."
A rug art project, yes, but no proof of praying
"Students In Fla. High School Forced To Recite Islamic Prayer, Make Prayer Rugs."
Figure is credible but not unassailable
"200,000 students attempt suicide every year on college campuses."
Islamic State doesn't control Libya's second-largest city
ISIS is "now the predominant Islamist group in Benghazi."
No evidence that students shoulder that much of a burden
Florida students take "an array of standardized high stakes tests which eat up as much as 45 school days per year."
The data is more mixed
Hispanic students in Florida perform "the best" of any Hispanic population in the United States.
Dildo dis goes flaccid
One Texas city "has a law that says that women can only have six dildos."
Change in tactics, not substance
Says Marco Rubio "was for immigration reform and a pathway to citizenship before he was against it."
It's a problem that's not easy to quantify
"Insured Floridians pay about $2,000 for every hospital stay to cover the cost of the uninsured."
No evidence of online fraud so far
Online voter registration is a "more secure" way of doing voter registration.
Ever heard of TRIM?
Says he "balanced the budget without raising taxes."
We may be the 'Sunshine State' but we're not the Solar State
"Currently, Florida is one of only five states in the nation that prohibit citizens from buying electricity from companies that will put solar panels on your home or business."
Not true anymore
Tampa Bay is "leading the state in jobs creation."
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