Marketplace: Trump talks energy in anxious oil country

Marketplace covers presidential candidate Donald Trump's address to the Williston Basin Petroleum Conference and what current energy trends mean for local workers.

LIUNA North Dakota's Pam Link explains:

Outside the conference, a table was covered with swag from the Laborers’ International Union of North America, or LiUNA. Pam Link is the director of business development in North Dakota and Minnesota. The union's members work on pipelines and power plants, so it's not surprising that Link feels strongly about keeping fossil fuels in the energy mix.

"We don’t want coal to go away," she said. "We listen to what’s happening in Wyoming, with hundreds being laid off in the Gillette area."

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