The latest statements we've reviewed for PolitiFact Georgia
The Internal Revenue Service spent $60,000 on a "Star Trek" training video.
In South Carolina, women earn 76 cents on the dollar to men’s earnings.
"In the last two years, I have supported and proposed $155 billion worth of targeting cuts. Dr. Gingrey has presented zero."
The city of Nelson, Ga., is "quieter than Mayberry."
"Opponents of Section 5 (of the Voting Rights Act) complain of state expense, yet their only cost is the paper, postage and manpower required to send copies of legislation to the federal government for review."
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed held not one conversation with the public about the new Falcons stadium project
"In this city, there hasn’t been a stadium that’s lasted more than 27 years."
"[A] 2009 USDA study found that 87 percent of chicken carcasses tested positive for generic E. coli ... just prior to packaging."
Every day, "about 100 people will be arrested for possession of marijuana in Georgia."
Georgia loses "millions of dollars of revenue because people go out of state to buy fireworks."
Says Virginia, Florida and Georgia are the three states that are the principal source for gun trafficking.
"The incidents of threats against (President Barack Obama) are greater than for any other president in modern times."
Cobb is one of the largest school systems (in the nation) that is debt free.
Georgia has the most lax gun laws in the nation.
"More than 80 percent of Americans believe we need to have universal background checks."
The Georgia Senate ethics resolution "doesn't define cap."
Says the Georgia Dome would need up to $350 million in work over the next five to seven years.
The United States gives $8 million a day to Israel and gives that country a blank check.
"In Atlanta, since 1994 when the ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ (mandatory minimum sentences) took effect, the violent crime rate has dropped 62 percent."
"Of the 18 stadiums built from 2004 to 2013, 47 percent of the total cost came from public sources."
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