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Clinton talks “positive message” in Detroit

Clinton speaks to supporters in Detroit Monday
Rick Pluta/Michigan Public Radio
Clinton speaks to supporters in Detroit Monday

One day before the voter registration deadline in Michigan, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton says she’s going to spend the last month of the campaign delivering "a positive message."

At her campaign stop in Detroit today, Clinton laid out her economic plans, like raising the minimum wage, guaranteeing equal pay for women, and making sure students can graduate from college debt-free.

I’m really excited about this,” Clinton said to a cheering crowd. “We’re going to rewrite the rules of our economy, to create both more growth and more fairness, so it’s broadly inclusive.”

Clinton said Republican nominee Donald Trump’s tax and economic policies would primarily benefit the super-wealthy.

Kate Wells is a Peabody Award-winning journalist currently covering public health. She was a 2023 Pulitzer Prize finalist for her abortion coverage.
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