Ex-Komen Executive Faces New Flap in Senate Bid

The Georgia Senate race has heated up thanks to the ongoing drama between two Republican candidates that started with a diss. Republican candidate David Perdue knocked Republican rival Karen Handel, who was an executive at Susan G. Komen for the Cure when the breast-cancer charity came under fire in 2012 for a decision to phase out a grant to Planned Parenthood, for not having a college degree. Perdue apologized a week after the fracas began, on April 10, but in the meantime Handel's team had been busy blasting his comments. Click through to read more about the controversy.

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