All statements involving Marcia Fudge
"Women in Ohio earn on average 77 cents for every dollar earned by a man."
"When George Bush became president of the United States, 17 million people were in poverty. When he left, 30 million people were in poverty."
The so-called doc fix in the fiscal cliff deal will cut payments "for treating illnesses disproportionately impacting minorities, including end stage renal disease and diabetes."
"In Cuyahoga County ... 56 percent of weekend voters in 2008 were African American while adult African Americans comprise 28 percent of the county population."
"More than a quarter of mortgage borrowers are underwater, and 11 percent of all homes are vacant."
"More than half of the people on food stamps today are children."
Say Ohio Reps. Marcia Fudge, Marcy Kaptur and Dennis Kucinich are "socialists who are openly serving in the U.S. Congress."
"H.B. 194, the Voter Suppression Bill, invalidates a vote where a voter properly marks the ballot in support of a particular candidate, but also writes in the name of that same candidate."
Says that voter identification laws "keep poor people from voting, minorities from voting, the elderly from voting, students from voting."
"There are corporations in this nation, some of the biggest corporations in this nation, who do not pay taxes."
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