Misrepresenting Evidence: RNC on Health Care Law and Job Seekers

The Republican National Committee misleadingly cites the Bureau of Labor Statistics on the number of part-time workers in the U.S. seeking full-time jobs.






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Misrepresenting Evidence: Boehner on Survey Results

House Speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio) misrepresents survey results regarding the employer mandate in the Affordable Care Act.











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Overstating Effects: Cruz on UPS Employee Health Insurance

Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) leaves out important details when he says that the spouses of 15,000 UPS employees will lose their health insurance under the federal health care law.











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Overgeneralization: Blunt on Income Verification

Sen. Roy Blunt (R., Mo.) makes a false claim about the income verification requirement of the federal health care law.











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Overstating Effects: Boehner on Medical Device Tax

House Speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio) exaggerates when he claims that the Affordable Care Act is costing the U.S. “tens of thousands” of jobs.











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Insinuation: Americans for Prosperity on Health Insurance Premiums

An ad by the third party group calling itself Americans for Prosperity asks misleading questions about the impact of the Affordable Care Act.











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Using Different Measures: Cruz on Unemployment Rates

Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) makes an apples-to-oranges comparison about unemployment rates while making a point about how the federal health care law affects minorities.











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Straw Person Argument: Pittenger on Exemption for Congress

Rep. Rob Pittenger (R., N.C.) employs a straw person argument regarding the Affordable Care Act











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Overstating Effects: Obama on Health Savings

President Barack Obama (D) exaggerates when he credits the health care law with bending the health care spending curve.











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