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How farmers along the Mississippi are affected by climate change

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Fishermen, shrimpers, hotels, and restaurants all play a part in Greenville, Mississippi’s, economy and have been affected by the historic flooding in the Midwest. NBC News’ Trymaine Lee gets reactions from residents who believe that climate change is affecting their everyday lives.