The drought that has hit the western United States for years is getting worse. Last week the federal government declared what's called an "exceptional drought" for much of the region. New York Times climate reporter Henry Fountain joins CBSN with more.
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Published: 2021-06-13 03:38 pm
Western U.S. faces early drought with some regions under "severe" warning
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