Statements we say are Mostly False
Says "we got a chance to pass what I think is Oregon's first human trafficking bill which has increased by 66 percent the calls to the human trafficking hotline."
Rob Cornilles supports privatizing Medicare.
Rob Cornilles has disputed for two years a news story that said he said he would cut Social Security and Medicare programs before trimming the U.S. defense budget.
Rob Cornilles is a Tea Party candidate.
Oregon has the sixth highest combined death tax rate in the country.
Obama creates new tax on Christmas trees, fees get passed on to consumers.
Says there's $4 billion in private investment along the streetcar.
Says "There are now Occupy Wall Street camps in hundreds of cities across the United States."
Says credit rating agencies realize that our instability stems in large part from Oregon’s kicker system.
Says "Every time the Legislature 'suspended' the kicker, most recently the corporate kicker in 2007, Salem spent every penny and failed to stabilize the state's revenues."
Says this House processed and approved as many bills as previous Legislatures.
If the Sellwood Bridge is not replaced, it will have to be shut down within eight years.
Increasing the bottle deposit to 10 cents on a case of water bottles could literally double the price of that product in the store.
Undocumented students who qualify for in-state Oregon tuition are "actively working toward U.S. citizenship."
Says John Kitzhaber’s proposed budget for upcoming biennium represents 8 percent increase over last
"Governor’s proposed budget raids K-12 school funds to grow DHS again."
In September, the Department of Business and Consumer Services enacted a sudden 39% workers' compensation premium assessment by rule with little notice to the public.
"The incoming Republican freshman class – well, it’s no ordinary group: nearly half of its roughly 80 members have never served in elective office before."
Portland Public Schools invites "well-paid, well-fed school bureaucrats, administrators, teachers, other staff, non-needy students, affluent parents of students, and other adults, including on the other extreme the adult homeless, illegal aliens, fanatical Muslim terrorists, or drug addicted street people, to enjoy cheap breakfasts in taxpayer-paid school facilities amidst school children."
Cities like Seattle have decided to ban food carts.
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