Anthony Weiner's file:
Weiner

Democrat from New York

Anthony Weiner is a Congressman who represents parts of New York City, including Brooklyn, Kew Gardens and Rockaway.

Recent statements involving Anthony Weiner

"Under the clear letter of the law, (Justice Clarence Thomas) must recuse himself" from the case challenging the constitutionality of the health care law.

Says Justice Elena Kagan recused herself in "many cases where she had little role" as solicitor general, simply because of the appearance of a conflict of interest.

The health care law includes tort reform.

"Under the plan, for the first five years your employer not only has to keep the coverage, but you can't migrate to the public plan."

Recent stories featuring Anthony Weiner

The Truth-O-Meter on Weiner -- with certitude:

We review our report card on Rep. Anthony Weiner.

PolitiFact checks out toll roads, chickens:

Last week, PolitiFact Georgia did its fair share of cluck-clucking.

Claims about a proposed immigration measure, a reading of the U.S. Constitution by the backer of a "birther" bill and a take on federal law about the U.S. Supreme Court all ruffled the Truth-O-Meter’s feathers.

We also updated the progress Gov. Nathan Deal made on his promise to end the Ga. 400 tolls and discerned whether a candidate for Gwinnett County chairman was a faux chicken farmer -- the accuser laid an egg on that one.  

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When should Supreme Court justices recuse themselves?:

Rep. Anthony Weiner and Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly jousted whether Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas should recuse himself from a case on the health care law. We talk with experts to get the facts.

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