NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Wall Street and Republicanism go together like peanut butter and jelly. It's been that way for over 150 years.
But the re-authorization of the Export-Import Bank, which has helped companies finance export deals since the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration, could push some to consider divorce.
The bank says it supports 1.2 million jobs through its financing, most of which it says is made on behalf of small businesses that might otherwise be unable to do the deals.
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