By NANCY BENAC and CATHERINE LUCEY, Associated Press
FLINT, Mich. (AP) — The economy is taking center stage on Sunday when Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders debate one another in Flint, Michigan — a city already in tough shape long before residents learned their drinking water was tainted with lead.
The Democratic candidates are facing off just two days before Michigan’s presidential primary.
They’re eager to highlight their differences on economic policy: Clinton claims only she has a “credible strategy” for raising wages, while Sanders is hammering at her past support for trade deals that he says had “disastrous” consequences for American workers.
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