All Mostly False statements involving Rick Scott
"All of Florida's four-year state colleges now offer bachelor's degrees for only $10,000."
"We are seeing dramatic rate cuts" to Medicare that will affect seniors’ ability to keep their doctor, hospital and prevention services.
Florida "remains the top travel destination across the world."
"We will have the highest general revenue in state history next year. Conservative pro-growth policies work in our state."
"We are already almost halfway to our 2010 goal of creating 700,000 new jobs in seven years."
The significant drop in Florida’s unemployment rate is a good economic sign.
Says the Congressional Budget Office "said if you’re going to buy your own policy with these (health care) exchanges you’ll be paying 10 percent more ... about $2,100 more for a family."
Citizens Property Insurance has "over $500 billion worth of risk, with less than $10 billion worth of surplus."
"At my first ‘Let’s Get to Work Day’ … we sold out;" more than 240 dozen doughnuts by 8:30 a.m.
"I have asked the Division of Emergency Management to report directly to me."
Says Tri-Rail shows the potential problems with investing in high-speed rail.
Says his tax and fee cuts will save households "$540 over two years."
"Alex Sink funneled three quarters of a million dollars in no-bid contracts to Bank of America."
"Bill McCollum voted for higher taxes and fees 42 times while he was in Congress."
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