Accurate Information Quotes

Accurate Information Quotes by Jack Reed, Doc Hastings, Zach Wamp, Margaret Cuomo, Brian Stelter, Mo Ibrahim and many others.

If we don’t have accurate information, if we are not able to tell difficult truth one to another, we will never be able to effectively design a policy for Iraq.
Because these kids get away from their parents, and they binge drink until they are sick. Dozens of them are going to the hospital, and some of them dying. This is a problem, a big problem that needs to be addressed, and we need accurate information.
Individuals need accurate information in cancer prevention and guidance tailored to their specific medical history. They will not get it unless our medical doctors and other health professionals are adequately trained.
I suppose my attitude is what’s most important is that we surround the president‘s misleading information with accurate information and help people know what is true ’cause I think the biggest trend of the Trump years is that people are increasingly confused about what is real and what is made-up.
Americans need accurate information in order to consider Social Security reform. Too bad the media can’t be counted upon to provide it.
One must be reasonable in one’s demands on life. For myself, all that I ask is: (1) accurate information; (2) coherent knowledge; (3) deep understanding; (4) infinite loving wisdom; (5) no more kidney stones, please.
Healthcare providers will compete to offer the best record of patient safety at the lowest prices. Hospitals and patients will benefit from having accurate information about areas of excellence and areas that must be improved.
I’m trying to inform people, so I try to present them with accurate information.
It did suffer and it became very weak, while the reporters from Iraqi radio and television stations were more active and had more accurate information.
I know what’s it’s like to grow up with ADHD and how important it is for parents, caregivers and patients, to have access to accurate information.
Denialist arguments are often bolstered by accurate information taken wildly out of context, wielded selectively, and supported by fake experts who often don’t seem fake at all.
What magazines do is curate: we give accurate and trustworthy information. If you have a problem, it’s very difficult to go to the web and get accurate information… magazines, at their best, should be an incredible voyage of discovery.
I was brought up to believe that the only thing worth doing was to add to the sum of accurate information in the world.
Our system of checks and balances requires policymakers to have accurate information about government actions.
Schoolchildren are not taught how to distinguish accurate information from inaccurate information onlinesurely there are ways to design web-browsers to help with this task and ways to teach young people how to use the powerful online tools available to them.