All Half-True statements involving Scott Walker
"The $3.6 billion deficit we inherited has turned into more than a half-billion-dollar surplus."
In the Wisconsin health insurance exchange, "the Society of Actuaries points out that there'll be, according to them, an 82 percent increase in individual premiums over the next couple years under Obamacare."
"Our ranking in terms of the best and worst states to do business in was 43 four years ago, and we just moved up to 17 two weeks ago."
Says that even if his budget is adopted, private schools in the choice program would be getting about half the per-pupil funds that public schools receive
"Under my predecessor, they cut funding for education, but they didn't give them anything in return to make up for that," leading to "less money" for school districts
"Thanks to Washington, nearly everyone will pay more in taxes in 2013. Somehow people think it's just the wealthy. It's not."
Kohl’s Department Stores in 2012 "announced the creation of 3,000 new jobs."
"Last month, 44 of the 50 states saw an increase in the unemployment rate."
The federal government "reviewed and verified" his administration’s numbers showing Wisconsin added 23,608 jobs in 2011.
Says Tom Barrett plans "to spend $100 million on a trolley that goes barely two miles on the east side of Milwaukee."
Thanks to our policies, "for the first time in state history, we have put millions of dollars into our rainy day fund in consecutive years."
Says his sons were "targeted" on Facebook "by out-of-state protesters."
Says 94 percent of Wisconsin employers think the state "is heading in the right direction" and a majority say they will "grow their companies in 2012."
"We wiped out a $3.6 billion deficit without raising taxes."
Says he never called teachers "thugs" and has said nothing but "great things" about them during the fight over his curbs on unions
Says critics who say he cut Medicaid are wrong; his budget added $1.2 billion to the program
"Our county now has the fastest growing airport in America, attracting nearly 1,000 new private sector jobs."
"Wisconsin is one of the highest taxed states in the nation."
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