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Steve King’s Climate Change Rainfall Claims

FactCheck.org Friday, 10 May 2019
Steve King’s Climate Change Rainfall ClaimsIn a recent town hall, Iowa Rep. Steve King focused on the positives of climate change, inaccurately stating that increased evaporation under higher temperatures will lead to rain in “more and more places” -- a result that’s “surely gotta shrink the deserts and expand the green growth.”

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