FACT CHECK — Djou: Hanabusa Voted Against Small Business Tax Relief

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In their most recent debate, congressional hopefuls Colleen Hanabusa and Charles Djou argued over who would better represent small businesses.

"While in Congress you voted repeatedly against the Small Business Jobs Tax Relief Act and the Small Business Jobs Act intended to help small businesses through loan programs, tax breaks and health care options," Hanabusa said.

Djou acknowledged that he voted against the bills, saying that the programs they proposed weren't the right ones to help small businesses. Then he turned the tables on Hanabusa.

"My opponent voted against the small business tax relief bill that just went before the Congress," he said.

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