Fact-checking the Democratic debate in Flint, Mich.

This story has been updated with fact-checks as we completed them. The Democratic debate in Flint, Mich., surfaced sharp differences between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders on the auto bailout, international trade agreements and Wall Street campaign donations. One thing they did have in common: Decrying the multi-agency breakdowns that created the host city's poisoned-water crisis. Clinton and Sanders called for Gov. Rick Snyder's resignation and said more must be done to improve the country's infrastructure. Here are our fact-checks from the March 6 matchup. Lead poisoning not limited to Flint Clinton said Flint isn’t the only place where serious action is needed. "We … >>More
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