Under Drought, Alabama Counties Get State Relief

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As severe drought grips the Southeast, Alabama Gov. Bob Riley has declared 40 Alabama counties a disaster area. Riley also declared a statewide "Pray for Rain" campaign this past week. Don Wambles, executive director of the Alabama Farmers Market Authority, speaks with Scott Simon.



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