Statements we say are False
In Wisconsin, more than 300,000 people have "some kind of addictive gambling problem, whether it’s pathological or what we’d categorize as a problem gambler."
"We’re second only to Boston in college students per capita."
Milwaukee County has "a parks capital budget that’s bigger than it’s been in the last 10 years."
"The amount of interest" paid on the federal debt exceeds "total tax revenue."
Says that in his first two years, "Wisconsin has seen its best two-year job growth in a decade."
The Republican-authored state budget includes a provision "forcing people earning as little as $12,000 to buy private health insurance that could cost them as much as $4,000 per year."
"Upwards of 90 percent" of women seeking an abortion decide not to have an abortion after seeing an ultrasound.
"When I was growing up as a kid in the city of Milwaukee, if we averaged 4 homicides a year in the entire city that was a record number."
A study of private bail bond systems "showed that Wisconsin has a higher no-show rate than other states" of defendants skipping court appearances.
A monthly "police and fire protection fee" on all Wisconsin phone bills does nothing to support police and fire.
"There is no statistical evidence that bail bonds increase the likelihood of those awaiting trial returning to court for their scheduled hearings."
A referendum "gives the people the chance to decide" on cutting the Milwaukee County Board budget by two-thirds
"Obama for President and Baldwin for Senate have kept their campaign offices up and running in Fox Valley, Eau Claire and La Crosse with their staffs preparing for the next battle."
"Demand for public transportation is reaching record levels in Wisconsin."
"75 percent of the (air traffic control) towers the Obama Administration is closing are located in Republican Congressional Districts."
The fiscal cliff agreement was "the largest tax increase in history."
Under Gov. Scott Walker’s public-school budgets, "a student entering kindergarten will not enjoy the same state investment in his or her education as those that came before them until they are graduating from high school."
Wisconsin's Supreme Court justices are "deciding fewer opinions in civil and criminal cases than they used to."
"When the Affordable Care Act was signed, 17 million American children" had a pre-existing condition and were "uninsurable."
A Paul Ryan-Scott Walker (or Scott Walker-Paul Ryan) ticket for the White House in 2016 would be unconstitutional because both men live in Wisconsin.
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