Public Opposition to Export-Import Bank

The U.S. Export-Import Bank’s charter is scheduled to expire on June 30, 2015, at which point the taxpayer-backed bank will begin winding down its operations (12 U.S.C. §635f).  Because there is no House vote scheduled before the bank’s expiration, Heritage Action will reward members publicly opposed to the bank’s reauthorization with a favorable key vote on the legislative scorecard.

As representatives publicly announce their opposition to reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank, Heritage Action will add their names to the website and include as a key vote on the scorecard.

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Heritage Action’s Scorecard
Real Clear Politics: Ex-Im: Welfare for Commodity Traders and China
Cincinnati Enquirer: Ex-Im Bank not essential to GE Aviation jobs
Reuters: Emirates airline says Ex-Im Bank not critical for its plane financing
Real Clear Markets: Ex-Im doesn’t create jobs in America
Mercatus: The Biggest Beneficiaries of the Ex-Im Bank
Mercatus: The Export-Import Bank’s Top Foreign Buyers
Wall Street Journal: Boeing: We could find alternative funding sources
Heritage: Companies have massive backorders, won’t shed jobs when Ex-Im expires
Examiner: Ex-Im is “free money” for big banks
Wall Street Journal: Ex-Im works against U.S. interests abroad
Reuters: Massive corruption at Ex-Im