Statements we say are Pants on Fire!
Says "Kurt Schrader supports Obama’s sequester … but won’t cut $1.6 million to fund new video games."
"If Buehler were elected, our vote-by-mail system would be at risk."
Says "One of the state’s largest governments made charging this tax one of their top priorities just this year."
"Portland Schools spend $500K to deem PB&J sandwiches racist."
"This would be the largest casino in the United States."
Says 97 cents of every dollar played "represents over $500 million dollars that is returned to Oregonians every year to help support job creation, schools, state parks and watersheds."
Says "for the duration of this recession not a single person in government middle management has lost (a) job or taken a pay cut."
Says her accomplishments include "a fiscally responsible budget agreement that controls state spending."
PolitiFact Oregon gave Rob Cornilles a Pants on Fire for a claim about taxes and fees.
"She’s voted for 60 tax increases, hurting the middle class and small businesses."
Say Oregon Reps. Peter DeFazio and Earl Blumenauer are "socialists who are openly serving in the U.S. Congress."
Multnomah County’s food action plan "clearly plans to disrupt the free market system in terms of food choices making it harder and more expensive for many residents to eat their food of choice."
Michigan and Massachusetts raised their bottle deposit and "could no longer afford the program because the redemptions were so high there was no profit in there."
Says a Portland school gives Muslim students "their own school provided prayer room, prayer rugs," and lets them "out of class five times a day to pray to Allah."
Rebuilding three high schools will benefit 40 percent of Portland Public School students.
Says John Kitzhaber wants a sales tax so people without jobs pay taxes.
Say Matt Wand cut Troutdale police, created a slush fund for himself.
Says Sal Esquivel wants a 5 percent state sales tax on groceries.
Peter DeFazio "will sneak in a 1 percent tax on all banking transactions."
A bill by Earl Blumenauer would "mandate GPS tracking devices on all our vehicles."
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