The latest statements we've reviewed for PolitiFact Georgia
Says Fulton County government hasn’t raised its millage rate since 1991.
Says President Barack Obama’s proposed budget includes two new tax increases that would collect about $14 billion.
The Georgia Lottery paid out $2.3 billion in prizes during the last fiscal year.
Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have cost every U.S. family $45,000.
U.S. Rep. John Barrow of Georgia has helped support the implementation of "Obamacare."
Then-Gov. Carl Sanders put 56 percent of the state budget into education, a figure that has not been achieved since.
In just six years, Georgia has dropped from first in the nation from a business-friendly legal climate to 24th.
"The port provides more than 297,000 jobs directly to the state of Georgia."
South Carolina has a labor shortage, specifically in the meatpacking industry.
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham says South Carolina "has a labor shortage and wants more immigration."
Says state Senate leaders have accepted $142,400 in campaign contributions from dentists and pharmacists during the past two years.
"Despite having their budget increased by over 40 percent since 2009 … pending claims for benefits with the (Department of Veterans Affairs) have increased from 391,000 to 890,000 under the Obama Administration."
"Do you know those former Soviet Bloc countries have all moved to flat taxes?"
On allowing a vote on universal gun background checks in the U.S. Senate.
"Schools in some states are spending up to 100 days a year doing test-prep or actual testing."
About 3 percent of Gov. Nathan Deal’s appointments have been African-American.
Congress has spent 66 of the first 100 days of this term in recess.
The decision to remove Chick-fil-A from Emory University was based solely on student feedback.
"We Really Do Have the Highest Corporate Tax Rate in the World."
The Internal Revenue Service spent $60,000 on a "Star Trek" training video.
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