Tell Congress not to re-open the flood gates to corporate welfare.
Last December, lobbyists successfully resurrected one of their favorite corporate cash cows: the U.S. Export-Import Bank, a government agency dedicated to subsidizing businesses at taxpayers’ expense.
But those special interests didn’t get everything they wanted. For all of this year, the Ex-Im Bank hasn’t had a full board of directors—meaning it hasn’t been able to approve taxpayer handouts over $10 million. Now the bank’s biggest beneficiaries are trying to get Congress to abandon the rules preventing them from getting millions of dollars’ worth of government favors.
Tell Congress to put taxpayers first by standing strong against corporate welfare at the Ex-Im Bank!