Statements from Austin
Only "four countries in the world… allow abortions after 20 weeks" of pregnancy.
"In 2010, the non-partisan Government Accountability Office found that only 6.5 percent of the U.S.-Mexico border was under full control of the Border Patrol."
The U.S. Supreme Court decided in 1982 that non-citizen children must get free K-12 education.
Wendy Davis is "the most popular politician in Texas."
"Soy ... el único official estatal quién es un hombre de negocios."
"Studies have shown that voter fraud is non-existent in Texas."
Says he would be first CPA to serve as Texas comptroller.
Says U.N. arms treaty will mandate a "new international gun registry."
Says he "sued Obama’s EPA seven times."
Says that each year, about 25,000 American women become pregnant through rape or incest.
Says "the acting chief of the IRS said he – and the majority of IRS employees – would rather stay with his current" health "plan than switch to Obamacare."
Says the U.S. Postal Service has taken no taxpayer aid since 1971, funds operations entirely from the sale of stamps and related products and makes an "operational profit year after year."
Says some Austin school district classrooms lack electrical outlets.
Says the 2014-15 state budget "cut border security and funding to fight criminal gangs."
Says residents of Texas and San Antonio can be fired or denied jobs because they are gay.
Says Obama policies contributed to gas prices rising from $1.89 in January 2009 to $3.51 today.
Says in Texas "it's legal to shoot someone who's committing a ‘public nuisance’ under the cover of dark."
Says Austin is the "largest city in America without a congressional district anchored in it."
Says if Texas abortion measure passes, "someone living in El Paso would have to drive 550 miles each way to San Antonio for something as simple as cervical cancer screening."
Says Texas has more than 80,000 abortions each year.
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