Twenty-five Missouri farmers filed a class-action lawsuit against the government Tuesday. They're seeking damages caused by the intentional flooding of their farmland. The Army Corps of Engineers breached a river levee by their land to relieve water pressure that would've triggered flooding of nearby towns. Michele Norris talks with Lester Gooden, one of the farmers involved in the lawsuit.
Flooded Mo. Farmers File Suit Against Government
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