Gubernatorial Debate: Candidates square off on oil boom challenges
FARGO -- The candidates in the North Dakota governor's race clashed in a debate Friday over their differing approaches to dealing with challenges brought by the oil boom.
Sen. Ryan Taylor, D-Towner, who is trying to unseat Republican Gov. Jack Dalrymple, repeating what has been a refrain of his campaign, argued that state government's response to date has been lacking, resulting in Oil Patch residents bemoaning the loss of their quality of life.
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