All Mostly True statements involving Barack Obama
"When I talk about (raising the) minimum wage ... half of Republicans agree with it."
"Fewer black and Latino men participate in the labor force, compared to young white men."
"Most folks’ wages haven’t gone up in over a decade."
Women "make 77 cents for every dollar a man earns."
"For the first time in over a decade, business leaders around the world have declared that China is no longer the world’s No. 1 place to invest; America is."
"The federal minimum wage is worth about 20 percent less than it was when Ronald Reagan" gave his first address to a joint session of Congress.
"Thanks in part to our all-of-the-above strategy for American energy," the United States generates "more natural gas than anybody."
Due to Obamacare, Arkansas "has covered almost 14 percent of its uninsured already."
Nearly 6 in 10 uninsured Americans "can get health insurance for what may be the equivalent of your cell phone bill."
"Half of all CEOs say that the shutdown and the threat of shutdown set back their plans to hire over the next six months."
"At the time that (Medicare Part D) was passed (it) was actually less popular than the Affordable Care Act, according to the polls."
"Up to half of all Americans have a pre-existing condition."
"This year, we're off to our best private-sector jobs growth since 1999."
The minimum wage is "lower right now than it was when Ronald Reagan took office."
As a student at Occidental College in Los Angeles from 1979 to 1981, "there were days where folks couldn't go outside. … because of all the pollution in the air."
Long-term federal investment in U.S. airports is urgent because "there was a recent survey of the top airports … in the world, and there was not a single U.S. airport that came in the top 25."
A "wide majority of NRA households ... supported this legislation" on gun background checks.
Says a majority of Americans -- and Republicans -- support his approach for deficit reduction.
The sequester "won’t consider whether we’re cutting some bloated program that has outlived its usefulness, or a vital service that Americans depend on every single day. It doesn’t make those distinctions."
Says he and Mitt Romney agreed on tying minimum wage increases to inflation.
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