Pepper Snyder Calls on Jim Banks to Explain Vote Against Free Markets and Hoosier Small Businesses

Pepper Snyder Calls on Jim Banks to Explain Vote Against Free Markets and Hoosier Small Businesses

Huntington, IN – Pepper Snyder, Libertarian candidate for Indiana’s 3rd Congressional District, on Wednesday called for State Senator and Republican nominee for Indiana’s 3rd Congressional District Jim Banks to explain his vote against free markets and Indiana’s small businesses. Snyder’s call for Banks to explain his anti-free market and anti-small business vote comes on the heels of the Indianapolis Star’s coverage of the growing controversy involving Banks’ vote for an Indiana vape law that virtually shuts dozens of e-liquid makers out of the industry.

“I believe Senator Banks owes it to the voters of Indiana’s 3rd Congressional District to explain why he says he is pro free markets and pro small business yet votes against those ideals in the Indiana General Assembly. His vote virtually eliminates an entire sector of Indiana small businesses,” Snyder said. “As you your next congresswoman, I will always put free markets and small business ahead of special interests,” added Snyder

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