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A hint of free-market populism: Hensarling on Boeing’s Bank

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The Export-Import Bank is a government agency that uses taxpayer-backed financing to subsidize U.S. exports — mostly Boeing jets. President Obama, while he was a candidate, called it “little more than a fund for corporate welfare.” Rep. Justin Amash and Sen. Mike Lee have introduced bills to wind the agency down. Today at a Financial Services subcommittee hearing on Ex-Im, full-committee...

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