Historic drought puts over half of U.S. counties in disaster zones, USDA says

Historic drought puts over half of U.S. counties in disaster zones, USDA says

David Ariosto and Melissa Abbey

CNN

More than half of all U.S. counties have been designated disaster zones, the Department of Agriculture reported, blaming excessive heat and a devastating drought that’s spread across the Corn Belt and contributed to rising food prices.

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