CNN's Truth Squad fact-checked some of the claims made at Sunday's Republican presidential debate in Concord, New Hampshire. We'll take a look at some of the questions posed to the candidates, then share with you how they answered the question.
Santorum: Obama blocked funding for abstinence programs
Former Sen. Rick Santorum said President Barack Obama blocks federal funding for abstinence-focused programs. His comment repeated a similar statement during a January 2 speech in Iowa.
The statement: "In fact, he (Obama) has required programs not to talk about marriage, not to talk about abstinence, if - in order to get federal funds."
The verdict: False
Romney claims big job creation in Massachusetts
Mitt Romney said more jobs were created in Massachusetts while he was governor than have been created in the United States since Obama has been president.
The statement: "We created more jobs in Massachusetts than Barack Obama's created in the entire country."
The verdict: True, but incomplete
Gingrich: EPA out of touch with reality
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said the Environmental Protection Agency considered regulations that would punish farmers for allowing dust from their fields to blow onto other farmers' fields.
The statement: "They were worried that the plowing of a cornfield would leave dust to go to another farmer's cornfield. ... They were planning to issue a regulation. In Arizona, they went in on the dust regulation and suggested to them that maybe if they watered down the earth, they wouldn't have these dust storms in the middle of the year. And people said to them, 'You know, the reason it's called a desert is there's no water.' Now this is an agency out of touch with reality, which I believe is incorrigible, and you need a new agency that is practical, has common sense, uses economic factors and, in the case [of] pollution, actually incentives change, doesn't just punish it."
The verdict: False