Ohio Support For Ex-Im
Ohio plays an important role in the American economy and is home to some of the country’s best manufacturers, retailers, and health care companies.
When Ohio companies speak, the country listens. Here’s what some of them have to say about the Export-Import Bank. Jobs in Ohio—and across the country—are on the line if Congress doesn’t renew Ex-Im. The Ex-Im Bank has supported more than 17,000 jobs in Ohio since 2007.
As House Speaker John Boehner said, thousands of jobs would “disappear” if Ex-Im shut down. Congress needs to vote now on reauthorizing Ex-Im.
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