Ban stalled, wouldn't spill onto 7-Elevens anyway
Says New York has ‘bureaucrats telling you whether you can even drink a Big Gulp.’
Fund to replenish, state forecasts
Says Texas lawmakers agreed to cut state's rainy day fund in half, spending "$4 billion from current $8 billion."
Omits hoops and hurdles
Says 13 Texas universities "have announced or implemented a $10,000 degree."
School closed in 2010
"We have one charter school that for seven years has been rated unacceptable."
Other indicators say 32% to 52%
Says only 25 percent of Texas high school students graduate prepared for college or careers.
Test scores give an out
Leticia Van de Putte
Says Texas high school graduates must pass Algebra II to be eligible for automatic admission to state's public universities.
Maybe if Austin sprawls across five counties
Says nearly 1 million people are "coming to town" in the next 20 years.
Still no solid numbers
Says Texas "school systems" lose 45 days a year on testing.
Four-year-old number, conflicting studies
Says uncompensated health care costs absorbed by Texas hospitals are adding $1,800 a year to Texas private insurance rates.
Closer to 6 in 10
"Only three in 10 Texas doctors are currently accepting new Medicaid patients."
Says U.S. greenhouse gas "emissions are at 20-year lows."
Says bag litter increased after San Francisco banned single-use shopping bags.
Program predates Obama, doesn’t hand out phones
Says president is ‘spending $2.2 billion to give away "ObamaPhones." ’
Highest rate, not highest number
Says Texas has the most uninsured people of any state -- 6 million.
A million more live in the Golden State
Sacramento Bee Editorial Board
Says Texas has the nation’s most uninsured residents.
Around 11 million, experts say
Texas Federation of Republican Women
Says that 9 million to 50 million undocumented immigrants live in the United States.
Closer to two decades
George P. Bush
Says Texas will be "majority Hispanic in six years."
Investment tax affecting very few
Says real estate taxes were put in place to pay for Obamacare.
It's a parent!
Says legislation supported by gay rights activists would strip "mother" and "father" from future Texas birth certificates.
Omits 2011 cuts, commits inflation error
Says that over the past 20 years, Texas public school spending rose 142 percent and per-pupil spending more than tripled when adjusted for inflation.
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