Statements we say are False
Oregon’s "three largest employers, and 13 of the top 25, are health care providers."
Oregon "is the most trade-dependent state in the nation"
In Oregon, 12,808 people were arrested for marijuana-related crimes in 2012.
The 2011 Rebuild America Jobs Act "would have cost the average American family $1,000 a year while making no significant impact to fix our infrastructure and roads."
"I co-sponsored the Rebuild America Jobs Act" for transportation and infrastructure.
"The government -- not the armed forces -- is stockpiling hundreds of millions of rounds of ammunition for domestic use."
The U.N. Arms Treaty "infringes upon our right to keep and bear arms."
"Jeff Merkley was the deciding vote on Obamacare, which in Oregon has been an unmitigated disaster."
"Economic inequality in Multnomah County has a face -- and a name. It has 90,000 faces and names -- the number of county residents who are still unemployed, or underemployed, in the wake of the 2008 Wall Street crash."
"Did you know that in 2013 over 50 percent of all babies born in Oregon were Hispanic?"
Kip Kinkel and Clackamas Town Center shootings "both where citizen with gun stopped the crime"
"We have the lowest beer tax in the nation."
"And we’ve constantly been the lowest unemployed county in the state."
"We don’t show people playing these games. We don’t show them winning playing the video lottery games."
"Oregon leads the nation in number of jobs per capita in manufacturing."
Says in the last five years "Senate Republicans have placed a filibuster on every piece of legislation and every nominee."
There were "$2 billion in earmarks in fiscal year 2012."
"West Linn has one of the highest per capita rates of home-based businesses in the United States."
Says Damascus’ disincorporation would produce "NO significant tax savings."
Says "nearly 30,000" federal employees in Oregon were furloughed during the government shutdown.
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