Saturday, September 20th, 2014

Statements from Georgia

True

Georgia #1 in the wrong ranking.

Half-True

Rick Perry's Coca-Cola claim fizzes on some details.

Mostly True

Rogers claim on rail chugs in right direction.

Mostly True

Argument for Mitt Romney could use a little fine tuning.

Half-True

Pol's claim on U.S. students rates half-true. Studies show they still need to hit the books.

True

State brings up the rear with SAT scores and graduation rates

Half-True

The federal law books don't entirely back up lawmaker's claim.

Half-True

The pay is decent, the work is hard and few make the top pay Black touted

False

Waist line for Georgia's kids growing. Costs, though, not as bad as Deal says.

Half-True

Illegal immigration report uses estimates to reach debate conclusions

 Federation for American Immigration Reform
Federation for American Immigration Reform

Illegal immigration costs Georgia $2.4 billion a year

Half-True

Obama no friend to big biz, Herman Cain, potential GOP foe, says

Mostly False

Johnson claim on economy is mixed bag

False

State lawmaker's ethics claim lacks greater context

Mostly True

Deal healthcare projection needs more detail