Statements about Corrections and Updates
"Social Security took seven years before anybody got the first check."
"The insurance companies are making that choice (to cancel or change policies), not the president."
"Wisconsin is not as obese as the national average is. The national average, 35.7 percent of the population is obese. In Wisconsin, it's closer to 26 percent."
"Common Core expects English teachers to spend at least half of their reading instructional time at every grade level on informational texts."
Says David Dewhurst "went out for drinks" during Senate debate on abortion bill.
"In states where the federal government helps run these (health care) marketplaces, the average American will have more than 50 different plans to choose from, with different levels of coverage."
Newark is "now home to one-third of all commercial and multi-family development."
"We've seen priests beheaded by the Islamic rebels on the other side. We've also seen an Islamic rebel eating the heart of a soldier."
Says there's a "100-year-old international norm not to use chemical weapons."
"State law says that once the state appraises a piece of property, they can only pay it a certain amount above appraisal."
"We now sell more products made in America to the rest of the world than ever before."
Says "Canada has one-tenth of our population—yet it issues far more high-skilled visas (more than 150,000) yearly than we do (65,000)."
The Senate immigration bill "has immediate legalization ... and the border security is sometime in the future, and just like in 1986, it's designed never to come into being."
Says first eight chosen to draw Austin City Council districts are seven Democratic primary voters and one Republican primary voter.
Says Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told insurance companies "they couldn't inform their policyholders of what they thought the impact of Obamacare would be on them."
Says Kelly Ayotte voted to "fix background checks."
"Every Florida teacher gets a pay raise."
The Manchin-Toomey amendment "would have criminalized certain private transfers of firearms between honest citizens, requiring lifelong friends, neighbors and some family members" to get government approval.
A new law "requires the USDA to approve the harvest and sale of crops from genetically modified seed even if a court has ruled against the crop as being dangerous to public safety or the environment."
Says U.S. greenhouse gas "emissions are at 20-year lows."
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