The latest statements we've reviewed for PolitiFact Texas
Says Texas state funds were spent on "a TV series on spouses cheating on their wives, kind of glorifying the act of cheating."
Says rejecting federal aid to expand Medicaid in Texas will "send $9 billion in federal taxes paid by Texans to other states to insure their working poor."
Says Obama called Medicaid "broken" four years ago.
Says 90 percent of Americans and 74 percent of National Rifle Association members support background checks of gun purchasers.
Says carbon monoxide is still employed to euthanize dogs and cats in 29 Texas animal shelters.
Says the president of the University of Texas has raised four-year student graduation rates to 75 percent.
"Only three in 10 Texas doctors are currently accepting new Medicaid patients."
Says U.S. greenhouse gas "emissions are at 20-year lows."
Says the Democrats told the Catholic Church that they’ll use federal powers to shut down church charities and hospitals if the church doesn’t change its beliefs.
Says Texas has "11 different felonies you can commit with an oyster."
In 2008, "only 54 percent of Latinos in Texas were registered to vote and only 35 percent actually turned out."
Says Houston is "home to more doctors, more nurses, more researchers than any other place in the world."
Says bag litter increased after San Francisco banned single-use shopping bags.
Says president is ‘spending $2.2 billion to give away "ObamaPhones." ’
Says 100,000 are on waiting list to attend Texas charter schools.
Says Texas has the most uninsured people of any state -- 6 million.
Says that since 1975, redistricting by Texas lawmakers has always been found in violation of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.
Says the "last non-partisan commission to improve the voting experience in America concluded that #VoterID was necessary."
Comic strip says government study shows Head Start "has little or no impact on the children it’s supposed to help."
Says Travis County's unemployment rate is below the national average while its poverty rate exceeds the national average--and local poverty is rising.
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