All Mostly False statements involving Scott Walker

"Wisconsin ranks No. 2 in economic growth", according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

Says potential Democratic opponent Mary Burke "implemented the policies of Jim Doyle. Those are the policies that, in his last term, saw the state lose more than 133,000 jobs."

Says the success of his economic agenda is supported by the fact "we went from unemployment at 9.2 percent when I decided to run for governor four years ago to two points lower."

Says he first unveiled his new legislative agenda in Wisconsin, not in California as critics complain  

"Overwhelming Democrat and Republican votes" in 2011 for legislation in two special sessions on jobs demonstrated the bipartisan nature of the Wisconsin Legislature.

Since Scott Walker took office as governor in January 2011, there has been an increase of 33,200 jobs in Wisconsin.

Says Democratic recall opponent Tom Barrett is campaigning on "lifting property tax" limits.

The Wisconsin law repealed by Republicans, which allowed discriminated workers to sue in state court, "was kind of a gravy train" for lawyers.

"I asked the unions to pay into their own health care insurance ... and they said I was being unreasonable. I requested that they contribute toward their own pensions ... and they screamed it was unfair."

"We've seen local union after local union rush to their school boards, their city councils, their technical school boards and rush through contracts in the past two weeks that had no contributions to the pension and no contribution to health care."

Eliminating the state tax on health savings accounts will "make it easier for small business owners to provide health insurance to their employees."

"In Congress Tom Barrett voted to allow abortions through the ninth month, just moments before the baby is born."

Says Gov. Jim Doyle and the DNR have not put hunters first and mismanaged the deer herd; as a result "the deer population has dwindled."

As Milwaukee County executive, Scott Walker "eliminated the waiting list for long-term care for older adults through the Family Care program."

"Since being elected, (Tom Barrett) has dumped 8.2 billion gallons of raw sewage into Lake Michigan."

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