FLINT, Mich. — The economy was taking center stage Sunday as Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders prepared to debate one another in a city in tough shape long before residents learned their drinking water was tainted with lead.
The Democratic candidates were set to face off in devastated Flint just two days before Michigan’s presidential primary, and were eager to highlight their differences on economic policy: Clinton claiming only she had a “credible strategy” for raising wages and Sanders hammering at her past support f...
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