All statements involving Rick Scott
"We are at a 40-year low in our crime rate in our state."
Says Barack Obama's health care law "will be the biggest job-killer ever."
PIP fraud is "$1 billion in fraud."
"Today, you can't rely on (the retirement fund for public employees), it's not funded."
"In some communities, for $10,000 worth of (PIP) coverage it’s $1,500 a year."
"We are poised to get rid of over 1,000 more regulations in 2012."
Florida "unemployment has dropped more than 2 percentage points, down from 12 percent to 9.9 percent, the second-largest drop in the nation."
Says the state tax burden per citizen in New York is twice as high as in Florida.
"In the past year, Floridians, not government, created almost 135,000 new private sector jobs. We netted more than 120,000 total jobs in the first 11 months of 2011; the third most of any state in the nation."
"My recommended budget includes $1 billion in new state funding for education."
"At my first ‘Let’s Get to Work Day’ … we sold out;" more than 240 dozen doughnuts by 8:30 a.m.
The Affordable Care Act is "not the law of the land."
The United States' regulations "are among the most difficult in the world."
Says adding toll lanes on I-95 in Broward County improved rush-hour traffic for non-toll lanes from 25 mph to 45 mph.
Says Anthropology is a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) field.
On how he measures his promise to create 700,000 private-sector jobs in seven years.
"At nearly 19 million people, the population of Florida is larger than all the earlier primary and caucus states combined."
Says the Panhandle has had its highest-ever bed tax collections in 2011.
Gov. Rick Scott "is trying to get a waiver under the federal health care law that would deny consumers in Florida the right to the $60 million in rebates they have from their own HMOs."
Says Gov. Rick Scott is "spending a quarter of a million of our tax dollars to robocall people."
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