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Florida Sen. Rick Scott wants to 'rescue America' through Pledge of Allegiance, strict gender roles

Feb 23, 2022 View Original Article
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    2% Center

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  • Policy Leaning

    60% Very Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    -27% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

56% : WASHINGTON -- Republican Sen. Rick Scott wants to rescue the nation by declaring men and women biologically different, raising taxes on low-income earners and spurring children to recite the Pledge of Allegiance.
48% : Modern technology has confirmed that abortion takes a human life.
47% : In addition to the pieces of Scott's plans focused on cultural battles, the fiscal portion of his agenda includes major changes to tax and budget policy, including a 25% reduction of the federal workforce, a prohibition on raising the debt ceiling unless war is declared and requiring millions of low-income Americans to pay federal income tax.
43% : Facts are facts, the earth is round, the sun is hot, there are two genders, and abortion stops a beating heart.
42% : The Florida Democratic Party seized on this portion of the plan, saying in a statement that Scott's "out-of-touch 'blueprint' would raise taxes, lower benefits, and make life harder for the vast majority of Floridians -- while totally ignoring the question of how working families are supposed to pay their bills or find affordable medical care."
35% : This would mean requiring low-income Americans who fall outside the threshold for income tax to pay taxes.
33% : Another portion of Scott's plan would prohibit government forms from including questions about gender identity or sexual orientation.

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