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A former George W. Bush administration official joined Democrats Wednesday in calling for the reauthorization of the U.S. Export-Import Bank as it faces a May 31 deadline to stay in business.
New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson showcased his foreign policy credentials yesterday, saying both that the United States needs to reward Iran if it stops developing nuclear weapons and that a nuclear-armed Islamic republic is "unacceptable."