Club for Growth key-votes Senate budget amendments

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The Club is demanding "yes" votes on an amendment from Sen. Ron JohnsonRon JohnsonRight renews push for term limits as Trump takes power Overnight Tech: Tech listens for clues at Sessions hearing | EU weighs expanding privacy rule | Senators blast Backpage execs Senate poised to confirm Trump's DHS pick after friendly hearing MORE (R-Wis.) that bars the use of federal funds to bail out state and local governments that are defaulting on their debts, and on an amendment fromSen. John ThuneJohn ThuneWhy Trump should abolish the White House faith office Trump’s infrastructure plan: What we know Senate takes first step toward repealing ObamaCare MORE (R-S.D.) to permanently repeal the estate tax.

It is also key-voting an amendment by Sen. Jeff FlakeJeff Flake9 GOP senators Trump must watch out for The road ahead for America’s highways Graham, Durbin reintroduce bill to protect 'Dreamers' MORE (R-Ariz.) to create a new procedure to strike earmarks from bills, and one by Sen. Mike LeeMike LeeRight renews push for term limits as Trump takes power Conservatives press Trump on Supreme Court pick Overnight Finance: Ethics chief blasts Trump business plan | Senate begins late-night marathon vote | Lawmakers look to rein in Trump on trade MORE (R-Utah) to get rid of the Export-Import Bank.  

The bank is widely supported by big business, which argues it is a self-sustaining entity that levels the playing fields for global trade. Conservatives opposed its reauthorization last year because they argued its subsidized loans violate free-market principles.

President Obama this week renominated Fred Hochberg as head of the Ex-Im Bank.