Low rates, but not getting worse
Graduation rates of players at major football colleges "are still twenty points below their male campus peers and worsened in the past three years."
Depends on the measure
The poorest counties in the U.S. are in Appalachia and "happen to be more than 90 percent white."
Important context missing
Ed Gillespie’s "firm even lobbied for five foreign governments, including a dictator now awaiting trial for war crimes."
Puts words in our mouth
Says PolitiFact has ruled that Ed Gillespie’s ads are false and misleading.
Many reasons for layoffs
Democratic Party of Virginia
"Hospitals have already begun layoffs, a direct result of Republican inaction" on Medicaid expansion.
Some rules were stricter; some more lenient
Virginia Democrats recently enforced voter ID rules that were "considerably more stringent than those contained in the state law they denounce."
They usually agree, but not always
Says Mark Warner has supported Harry Reid "down the line."
More like $601 million
State Medicaid expansion "will save our treasury $1 billion over the next eight years."
Counting checks before they're signed
The Redskins Training Camp deal "generated $40 million in new private investment in the city."
Don't forget China's government
"The largest enterprise in the world is the federal government of the United States of America"
"We expanded charter" schools.
UPDATED: Divorce bill would have equally affected dads
Says Ken Cuccinelli tried to make it more difficult for mothers to obtain divorces.
But has backed bills that open legal challenges to the pill
"I’ve never supported legislation that invades people’s choices about contraception."
Omits part of the story
Mayors Against Illegal Guns
"Rep. Frank Wolf voted to allow terror suspects to buy guns."
Contract was never rebid
Says Virginia saved $300 million by rebidding a Metrorail construction project to exclude guaranteed union contracts.
"Only three in 10 young Americans under 30 -- 30 percent under 30 -- have full-time work."
Sure, but Bush's numbers were already microscopic
Federal prosecutions for lying on background checks to buy guns are "down 40 percent" under President Barack Obama.
"A study by the University of Virginia pulls back the curtain on Medicaid’s tragically bad outcomes, including ‘increased risk of adjusted mortality.’"
Not when inflation is considered
The transportation package passed by the General Assembly would impose the "largest tax increase in Virginia’s history."
Omits key information
"The average kid comes out of Virginia colleges with about $25,000-plus in debt."
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