All statements involving Bill McCollum

Bill McCollum "backed Jim Greer's effort to hide financial irregularities."

"Bill McCollum voted for higher taxes and fees 42 times while he was in Congress."

"Police officers in this state have that right," to check the immigration status of people they arrest.

"In my attorney general's office, we've cut the budget 18 percent."

"There's no negative advertising in my campaign at all."

"Rick Scott's company is partners with Playboy in a social networking website that has community pages specifically geared towards gay dating."

Bill McCollum "diverted a state plane to his home 53 times. A state auditor called it: likely a misuse of state resources."

"Bill McCollum has accepted thousands from lobbyists for Planned Parenthood."

Bill McCollum "served as a lobbyist whose clients enabled mortgages for illegal immigrants."

Rick Scott “has heavily invested in a company that is geared to helping illegal aliens transfer money to family and friends out of the country."

"Bill McCollum holds the same position on (embryonic stem cell research) as Barack Obama."

Rick Scott's former health care company, Columbia/HCA, committed "fraud."

Bill McCollum on the Arizona immigration law.

"Last year, (Bill McCollum) spent more than $2.2 million dollars to produce and air campaign-style TV ads where you were featured in almost every frame."

"The fact that Rick Scott is running for governor as a 'reformer' would be funny if it wasn't so outrageous. This is a man who barely escaped imprisonment."

Bill McCollum explained his lack of action on mortgage fraud by saying, "You can't do everything."

"McCollum admitted he didn't think that the subprime mortgage crisis was a big deal, telling reporters he thought that the subprime collapse had been exaggerated by the media and investors and that 'it's not the end of the world.' "

On transparency in dealing with the Republican Party of Florida's financial issues.

"Florida Statutes require (Attorney General Bill) McCollum to consult with members of Florida's Congressional delegation" before filing a lawsuit against the health care reform law.

Florida's cost for the Medicaid expansion will be $1.6 billion a year or more.

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