Stacey Abrams makes eyebrow-raising comment ahead of Georgia primary

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Republicans are criticizing Democratic gubernatorial candidate for Georgia Stacey Abrams after she skewered the Republican talking point that Georgia is the “best state in the country to do business” when it is, according to her, the “worst state in the country to live.” #CNN #News

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