Statements we say are Mostly True
Obama unilaterally announced he was delaying employer mandate "through a blog post by a mid-level bureaucrat at the Department of Treasury."
"Texas is experiencing the fastest population growth in the country," adding "more than 1,000 people a day."
Federal law requires residents to participate in the U.S. government’s American Community Survey.
In altered photo, says Barack Obama wants "more of Texans’ private data" via health care.
"Firearms homicides are down about 40 percent" since Texas passed concealed-gun permit law.
"During the last election, Democrats won over a million votes more than Republicans, but because of the way districts are designed, the Republicans got 33 more members of the House of Representatives than the Democrats did."
Medicare Part D "was far more expensive than the Affordable Care Act and unlike" the act, "was never budgeted."
The University of Texas is starting "the first medical school at a major Tier One" university "in the last 50 years."
$6 billion water bond program voters passed in 2011 "has yet to be tapped."
40,000 veterans in Texas won’t get health care because Perry rejected Obamacare's Medicaid expansion.
Louie Gohmert of Texas "compared the current general-in-charge in Egypt to George Washington."
"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."
"Ninety-five percent of all the wages in Texas are above minimum wage."
About 40 percent of U.S. illegal immigrants "came in on an airplane, with a legal visa, and just overstayed their visa and have never gone home."
"60 percent of Texas 8th graders are not proficient in math. Only 26% have a teacher with a undergraduate major in math."
Says that according to the U.S. Census Bureau, 71.2 percent of Hispanic registered voters in Texas and over 86 percent of African American registered voters participated in the 2012 elections.
Says a growing number of extremely premature babies survive into healthy childhood.
Says $800,000 cost of Texas special legislative session would pay for 1.6 million condoms, 90,000 months of the pill or 20 full-time sexual health educators.
Says student loan interest rates will double from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent July 1.
Says 92 percent of Texas counties had no abortion provider in 2008.
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