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Is the Ex-Im Bank Truly the Work of Satan?

Veronique de Rugy writes about the recently passed Continuing Resolution that kept the government from shutting down: I for one am relieved that they didn’t use the CR as a way to restore the full-lending authority of the crony Export Import Bank and I commend the senate for it....[But] this CR funds the government only until December 9, which means that Congress will once again have to consider a massive and unaccountable 2017 spending bill during a lame-duck session.
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