Statements we say are True

Wisconsin was the "first state to ban public and private sector employment discrimination based on sexual orientation."

Before the terrorist attacks in Benghazi, "the State Department not only failed to honor repeated requests for additional security, but instead actually reduced security in Libya."  

"The Capitol rotunda was actually made to invite the people in and to accommodate protests."

"Drone technology now allows an individual to be recorded in their homes by drones as small as birds and immediately uploaded to the internet."

"Once our Blueprint for Prosperity is signed into law, we will have delivered $2 billion" in tax relief.

"A majority of drunk driving deaths and injuries are caused by drunk driving offenders with no prior convictions."

As a result of climate change, ice fishermen in Wisconsin "are already noticing fewer days they can be out on our ice covered lakes."

"Over 3 million Americans are employed in the growing green-collar workforce," which is more than the number "of people working in the fossil fuel industry."  

"The national economic recovery has led to higher than expected tax revenues and projected budget surpluses in nearly every state in the nation, including Wisconsin."

Members of the military don’t "contribute toward their pension."

"The Walton family, which owns Wal-Mart, controls a fortune equal to the wealth of the bottom 42 percent of Americans combined."

"During my eight years as county executive, we cut the number of county workers by 20 percent."

"There are still tens of thousands of missing service members from previous and current conflicts that our nation is working to find and repatriate."  

Says U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson voted to let oil and gas companies emit "unlimited carbon pollution into our air"

Says President Franklin Delano Roosevelt "felt there wasn’t a need in the public sector to have collective bargaining because the government is the people."

Says Madison Mayor Paul Soglin's stated intent when proposing that city contractors disclose private political donations was to "discourage contributions to organizations with which he disagrees."

"Nothing in the Constitution explicitly guarantees our right to vote."

"18 percent of our land in our state right now is either federally, state or county owned for conservation purposes."

Says she has bipartisan support, including "53 sheriffs throughout the state, Democrats and Republicans."

"The hole in the earth that’s going to be dug (for the proposed Gogebic mine) is bigger than my entire district."

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