Statements we say are False
"The health care price tag for childhood obesity in Georgia is $2.4 billion annually and rising."
Says the Internal Revenue Service estimated it must hire "16,500 agents at a cost of $10 billion to the taxpayer" to enforce the federal health care overhaul.
Says "in Canada, the number of CT scan machines per 1,000 people is like one-tenth of what we have here in this country. That's why people have to wait."
"The Georgia Lottery Corp. has only once in the past 16 years paid out the agreed upon 35 percent of proceeds to the account which funds the HOPE scholarship."
Says President Franklin Delano Roosevelt sent his advisers to study socialism with Soviet dictator Josef Stalin so the president could replicate it in the United States.
Says the federal government borrows "almost $60 billion per week."
Say easing restrictions on selling alcohol on Sundays will result in more traffic crashes and fatalities.
Building and running the Atlanta Streetcar is projected to create 1,399 jobs.
Says Charlotte Nash "pretends to be a chicken farmer" in order to get property tax exemptions.
A proposed immigration bill will "bankrupt Georgia" if passed.
A national organization says Georgia has one of America’s toughest ethics laws.
Under current U.S. immigration policy, "literally one person with a green card" can, in the extreme, bring in more than 270 of his relatives.
"[State Rep. Doug McKillip’s] donors deserve a refund."
A National Football League lockout would cost Atlanta $160 million in lost jobs and revenue.
"[Georgia] Republicans have mismanaged unemployment benefits."
The economic impact of Atlanta's 2000 Super Bowl was $292 million.
State House incumbent Jill Chambers, R-Atlanta, "personally profits from taxpayer money."
Said U.S. Rep. Jim Marshall, D-Macon, sent nearly $2 billion overseas to build wind turbines and create jobs, mostly in China
The federal government can tell General Motors what to charge for its automobiles.
"Paul Broun Jr. sides with sexual deviants to support sale of 'crush videos.' "
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