Group that paid him disclosed its donors while operating
Says Russ Feingold "wanted to get money out of politics. Now he's profiting from that same dark money."
Some changes, but hasn't advocated for completely private system
"Ron Johnson said specifically that he hopes the first steps occur to privatize the" Veterans Administration.
A new coat of paint covers this 1992 garage-door promise
On receiving campaign contributions from out-of-state donors
Recycled claim, with an overheated twist
Says U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson "led the fight to let polluters release unlimited amounts of carbon pollution and took nearly $225,000 from polluters."
A 'profit' by one accounting method; a loss by another
Student loans from the federal government issued between 2007 and 2012 are on target "to produce $66 billion in profits for the United States government."
Mostly False + Mostly False = Mostly False
Says Russ Feingold cast the "deciding vote" for the "largest tax increase" in history
Johnson doesn't dispute statement
Says Ron Johnson "opposes entirely a federal minimum wage," except perhaps for "guest workers."
One cause, not the only one
"The Fourth Amendment was what we fought the Revolution over. John Adams said it was the spark that led to our war for independence."
How did the world miss something so historic?
President Barack Obama met with Iranian president Hassan Rouhani.
Vote was to reduce the growth -- in 2025
Says U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson "voted to cut $700m from Medicare."
Longtime critic of federal role
Says U.S. Senate opponent Ron Johnson "is opposed to all government-assisted student loans."
Ranking is for wired broadband. We fare much better on mobile
"The United States still ranks 20th in the world in access to broadband -- over 50 percent below the best nations."
His vote was 1 of 60
Says Democratic challenger Russ Feingold "was the deciding vote on Obamacare."
Actually, he was in Wisconsin
Democrat "Russ Feingold announced his Wisconsin Senate run today from…California."
His votes preserve no-limits status quo
Says U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson voted to let oil and gas companies emit "unlimited carbon pollution into our air"
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