Senate Bill 2333 would have hindered North Dakotans’ consumer choice and stifled innovation.
Thanks to principled leadership from several of our state senators, the bill failed.
Had it passed, North Dakota’s government would have been able to impose a heavy hand in the marketplace and create mandates on private businesses.
Unless it can be established that business practices create harm for consumers or competition, the government should not impose burdensome red tape on our businesses or the open market.
Send a letter to lawmakers in Bismarck who voted to protect competition in the market by opposing SB 2333!