Articles from September, 2013

Marco Rubio’s Top 5 attacks on Obamacare

Rubio doesn't like the health care law, but his attacks on it aren't always accurate.

Alex Sink decides against run for governor in 2014

Sink, 65, says she will not seek the Democratic nomination for governor, focusing instead on her foundation. We look back at how she's fared on our Truth-O-Meter.

Nan Rich attacks Rick Scott on middle-class issues

Rich asks why Scott is pushing for a tax cut when children and the elderly face long waiting lists for services.

Mailbag: 'I regard this fact-check as a total failure ... Get your act together'

Readers let us know what they think about recent fact-checks on marijuana, the "stand your ground" law,  immigration and other topics.

Noncitizen voter purge makes a comeback in Florida

Gov. Rick Scott's administration is at again, looking to purge noncitizens from the voter rolls. Charlie Crist, now a Democrat, cries foul, but he doesn't have his numbers right.

Will Weatherford pokes back at the Truth-O-Meter

Florida's House speaker says he wants to try some 'PolitiFacting' of his own.

Will Weatherford weighs education and health care funding

The Florida State House speaker said, "As a society, we spend more money on people's health care in the last six or 12 months of their life than we spend in the first 18 years of their life educating them." We take a closer look at the data.

Checking Rick Scott's latest tax claims

Florida's governor talked up his tax-cutting efforts to a conservative crowd in Orlando. How did his statements rate on the Truth-O-Meter?