All False statements involving Scott Walker
A poll taken "a few months ago" found "70 percent approval or higher" for the Act 10 collective bargaining law.
"Federal government reneging" on Medicaid payments to Wisconsin caused about $240 million in extra costs in the 2013-’15 state budget.
"Jobs that involve the minimum wage are overwhelmingly jobs for young people starting out in the workforce."
Protesters in La Crosse blocked an exit and surrounded a State Patrol car carrying the governor and were "beating on the windows and rocking the vehicle." When the car was "extricated" from the crowd, a truck blocked a second exit.
"We are experiencing the worst economic recovery America has ever had."
Says that in his first two years, "Wisconsin has seen its best two-year job growth in a decade."
"Obama for President and Baldwin for Senate have kept their campaign offices up and running in Fox Valley, Eau Claire and La Crosse with their staffs preparing for the next battle."
A study showed that President Barack Obama’s health-care reforms will "devastate Wisconsin" by pushing people off employer-sponsored insurance, driving up premiums, increasing dependency and making 122,000 people ineligible for Medicaid.
Says new figures he released showing Wisconsin job gains for 2011 are "the final job numbers."
"We gave every public employee in the state the freedom to choose whether or not they want to be in a union."
Says recall organizers "started their website last November" and began work on their effort before he even took office.
The St. Norbert College/Wisconsin Public Radio poll has "been wrong in almost every election."
"The overwhelming number" of school districts reported their staff stayed the same or grew after the 2011-’13 state budget
"The largest category of people coming into the technical schools in Wisconsin are people with four-year degrees."
"Under our (2011-’13) budget, the average (Wisconsin) property taxpayer will save $700."
Says many public-employee unions falsely told their Wisconsin members his budget-repair bill sought 12 percent to 13 percent of their incomes for health insurance premiums.
Two years ago we had "the largest structural deficit ever in Wisconsin."
"We’re broke. We don’t have any more money."
"The things I said (during the prank call by a blogger posing as GOP contributor David Koch) are the things I’ve said publicly all along" about the Wisconsin budget debate.
When it comes to protesters in Madison, "almost all" are now from outside of Wisconsin.
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