Statements we say are Mostly False
Says "we allow more people into America legally than all other countries on the planet combined."
Says "Did you know that if you accepted the District's proposal today you would have NO pay increase for 4 years? Seven years of frozen wages = Disrespect."
Says indoor workers get "less UV than outdoor workers, but they get more melanomas."
Says "Did you know that the #KeystoneXL project is expected to create 20,000 American jobs, including more than 800 in Oregon?"
Says "Abortion clinics in Oregon, as in most states, have no state oversight and are not held to basic health or safety standards."
Says the state is required "pick up 70 percent of the cost" of K-12 education.
Says the initial Portland plastic bag ban represented "only a modest share of total single-use checkout bag use."
Says, "Carl proposed a 'windfall' tax on real estate development when he was a Metro Councilor."
Says Julie Parrish "voted to divert $160 million from public schools to private for-profit schools."
"Newgard owed more than $13,000 for unpaid taxes on his $1 million Milwaukie apartment complex."
Says she does the jobs of state auditor, secretary of state and lieutenant governor "for less than the price of one of them" in Washington state.
"Without Westside MAX, we’d need to add 2.9 lanes to the Sunset Highway."
Says "As Mayor of Wilsonville, I drove TriMet out of town and replaced their bloated transit system with our own local bus line that offers better service and has saved our businesses millions of dollars."
Says Jeff Reardon cut elementary school music classes, art instruction, teaching positions, basketball and volleyball programs, and he voted to raise school lunch prices.
Says "Schaufler was the only Democrat who voted to stop" the state’s health care reform plan.
Says "I never billed a single hour of my time to the City of Portland in the last 10 years -- so, no revolving door."
Says "my advocacy questioning contracting out in Parks … delayed and altered the renewal of the Brooks contract, and reduced the number of contracted employees in Parks from over 100 to fewer than 40."
Says Dwight Holton has never set foot in an Oregon courtroom.
Says the treasurer’s office has "saved $37 million in management costs for the oversight of public investments."
"Every time the weight of that vehicle is reduced by a hundred pounds, your chances of dying are going to go up by about 5 percent. Peel three hundred pounds off – you’re 15 percent more likely to die in that car."
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