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  • Congress hurting US businesses by letting Ex-Im Bank expire

    There was a time in recent memory when Congress and the American people would rally around efforts to promote U.S. manufacturing jobs. This was especially true for “Made in the U.S.A.” products that could be sold overseas. The belief was that American workers should be given every opportunity to...

  • Credit unions have a prudent regulator, not a ‘cheerleader’

    It’s hard not to chuckle after reading Frank Keating’s latest rant on The Hill’s Congress Blog (“Time for Congress to tackle credit unions’ runaway regulator,” July 23) against credit unions and their federal regulator, the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). Any time you see the...

  • Religion has no place in the debate over human trafficking

    Jeanne Mancini, in an op-ed posted at The Hill, argues that the Obama administration’s rule ensuring survivors of human trafficking have access to the medical care they need is somehow “radical” (“Obama administration tightens grant rules for religious groups,” July 21). But what is truly...

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