Statements we say are False
Says Gov. Scott Walker is "openly" backing a move to abolish the state retirement system and convert it to a 401(k)-style plan that will reduce pensions "by at least a third" for current and retired public employees
Says 21,000 Wisconsin residents got jobs in 2011, but "18,000 of them" were in other states.
"For the first time since 1990, American manufacturers are creating new jobs."
Says that as Wisconsin governor he "never raised taxes."
Says that according to a study, under Obama’s health care initiative, "nearly 90 percent of people" in Wisconsin with health insurance "will have their costs go up by more than 30 percent."
Says area near proposed northern Wisconsin iron ore mine is "15 hours away" from where public hearing on mining was held.
Scott Walker’s school-aid cuts were so devastating that students are without chairs and a government survey found 47 kids in a classroom.
Since Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker took office, "we are losing jobs at rates not seen in decades."
Says recall organizers "started their website last November" and began work on their effort before he even took office.
Says Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is making voting more difficult by closing Department of Motor Vehicles offices where "low-income voters" live.
The St. Norbert College/Wisconsin Public Radio poll has "been wrong in almost every election."
State budget cuts for local schools resulted in "nearly 4,000 educator layoffs"
"The overwhelming number" of school districts reported their staff stayed the same or grew after the 2011-’13 state budget
Wisconsin law says all recall petition signers must sign in the presence of another person.
Gov. Scott Walker received a $7,300 pay raise.
Wisconsin ranks 48th out of all 50 states in venture capital investment.
A state bill would end a longstanding requirement that local governments repair highways and sidewalks -- and block injured citizens from suing over neglected maintenance.
Gov. Scott Walker’s plan to freeze pay for state employees includes a 5.4 percent raise for himself.
"The largest category of people coming into the technical schools in Wisconsin are people with four-year degrees."
Says Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s "actions are directly responsible for killing at least 15,000 jobs."
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