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PolitiFact Georgia had a week of relative truthiness.
We tackled a potpourri of subjects in the past seven days. They included whether federal employees bring home more bacon than your average private-sector employee and a juicy article in Esquire magazine on Newt Gingrich that said his fundraising outshone even that of Republican superstar Sarah Palin.
Two were statements made on national networks: One on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on NBC's "Today" and a second from NBC's "Meet the Press" on stimulus spending.
The week's tally: one False, two Half Trues, two Mostly Trues and one True.
Here's how the Truth-O-Meter ruled:
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