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Here's where rising temperatures will have the biggest impact on the economy

It's no surprise that climate change will hit some places harder than others. Hot places will get even hotter while parts of the frigid north will become more temperate. For that reason, the overall economic effects of those changes for countries like the US have not always been clear. Now, in a study newly published in the journal Science, researchers have calculated economic and other effects of warming for the US down to the county level.
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