After a long back and forth, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have agreed to participate in four additional Democratic primary debates, the second of which will take place in Flint, Michigan in March. Former Sec. Clinton specifically requested the city as a location as its come under national attention for its lead problem and the massive political fallout from the resultant poisoned drinking water. The other three debates will be in New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and California; in February, April, and May, respectively. Sanders' campaign was pushing for a debate in Brooklyn, New York at one point, but lost out on the request.