Statements we say are Mostly True
"Independent voters have a ten-point margin in favor of Mitt Romney right now."
"NASCAR fans are twice as likely as non fans to serve in the military and 37 percent of active servicemembers and veterans are NASCAR fans."
Voter turnout for some groups in the 2008 presidential general election in Georgia "was far greater than it should have been demographically."
Taxes on groceries and medicine will rise under a plan to improve roads and rail for metro Atlanta.
The U.S. initially had three federal felonies: treason, piracy, and counterfeiting securities and money.
The transportation sales tax would cost the average consumer an estimated $112 a year.
The federal government has made investments in science and technology inventing the products that led to the creation of Google.
U.S. Rep. Paul Broun has not authored any legislation that has been adopted by Congress.
"For every one mile of light-rail track that will be built, 16 miles of new road capacity will be built."
"Right now, we have the lowest gas tax of anywhere in the country."
The average Atlanta resident "spends an extra $924 each year in additional gasoline and wasted time."
"Lean, finely textured beef is the proper name [not pink slime], and it is a safe, widely used product."
"As the usage [of synthetic marijuana] has dramatically increased, instances of violence, bodily harm and even death have risen with it."
"We have the lowest per-capita spending of any state in the nation" except for South Dakota.
"We also have, in a park that’s not far from here, an ability to build a reservoir that can hold a 30-day water supply for the city of Atlanta."
Georgia ranks "last in job growth."
"Fifty percent of the graduating class of the year 2012 will have smoked marijuana or have done illegal drugs."
"[E]mployment in Gwinnett is up more than 3 percent over last year, and unemployment is the lowest of the five core metro counties."
Savannah is home to "the fastest-growing port in the nation."
"[N]early one in three primary care doctors are forced to limit the number of Medicare patients they see."
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