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Club for Growth

The Club for Growth is an anti-tax group.

Recent statements involving Club for Growth

When the New Hampshire Legislature raised the gasoline tax, gas prices in the state were "skyrocketing."

Says the Club for Growth tries to defeat Republicans, and that its president called Nancy Pelosi "the person I respect the most in Washington."

"In Minnesota, well over 6,200 election-day registrations from 2008 proved fraudulent."

Says U.S. Senate candidate Eric Hovde has ‘no problem with raising taxes.’  

Every "major newspaper in Texas calls" David Dewhurst "a moderate."  

Recent stories featuring Club for Growth

Fact-checking Gov. Scott Walker's new book:

In his new memoir, Gov. Scott Walker recounts how he secretly crafted a plan "that gets rid of the unions and eliminates collective bargaining." He dwells on the state of state government’s finances prior to his election and argues for how much better they are now.

And he takes a few pokes at President Obama’s Washington.

We take a look at how Walker's claims -- new and old -- stack up on the Truth-O-Meter.

Calling Dewhurst a moderate:

A group that favors Cruz says the major Texas newspapers call Dewhurst a moderate. That's Mostly False.

Fact-checking the Wisconsin budget battle:

The Wisconsin budget controversy has generated sharp rhetorical clashes over ideology, budget priorities and tactics -- and the largest sustained protests in Madison since the Vietnam War,

The main event: An argument over collective bargaining rights and compensation for state and local government employees that has spurred national interest.

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A new health plan distortion:

A Club for Growth ad likens U.S. health care reform to a plan in Britain and suggests people will be allowed to die if their treatment costs more than $22,000. We find that's not true.

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