Statements about Corrections and Updates
"The Providence Economic Development Partnership . . .which you [Cicilline] chaired, loaned $103,000 in taxpayer funds to one of your campaign workers. The worker never paid back the loan."
Says his budget plan "would cut our deficits by $4 trillion."
The stimulus program "cut taxes for 95 percent of the American people."
Paul Ryan’s Medicare plan "could raise future retirees’ costs more than $6,000."
Says Mitt Romney said at a January 2012 debate that under Paul Ryan’s tax plan, "I’d have paid no taxes in the last two years."
Says Romney would add "trillions" to the deficit while Obama would "cut the deficit by $4 trillion."
FCAT tests "account for less than 1 percent of the instructional time provided during the year."
"Obamacare" is the "biggest tax increase in American history."
Says New Hampshire has the third-highest property tax in the country.
The health care law could cost up to $2 trillion, "double what we were promised."
Says Mitt Romney "has a corporation in Bermuda (but) failed to disclose that on seven different financial disclosures."
"The Koch brothers alone gave twice as much money to Scott Walker as the total amount of money raised by Tom Barrett."
Says the Affordable Care Act was a federal takeover of the student loan industry and ‘profits’ on the loans go to help pay for the health care law.
An "Obamacare slush fund" paid to spay and neuter dogs and cats, then counted it as an "anti-obesity campaign."
Says under Mitt Romney, "Medicare could end as we know it, leaving Julia with nothing but a voucher to buy insurance, which means $6,350 extra per year for a similar plan."
Says Mitt Romney is wrong to claim that spending under Obama has "accelerated at a pace without precedent in recent history," because it's actually risen "slower than at any time in nearly 60 years."
George Allen and his colleagues in the Senate "turned the biggest surplus in the history of the United States into the biggest deficit in the history of the United States."
A proposed U.S. Labor Department rule for children working on farms "would even ban youth from operating a battery-powered screwdriver or a pressurized garden hose."
Says bus riders subsidize the "expensive, romanticized" Leander-to-Austin train.
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