Republicans controlling the House unveiled a short-term spending bill Tuesday that would keep the government open into mid-December and provide $88 million to battle the Ebola outbreak.
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The spending measure will also extend the authority of the Export-Import Bank to continue helping foreign buyers purchase U.S. exports until June 30,

The upcoming Nov. 1 expiration of the bank’s authority has caused divisions between main street Republicans eager to help American businesses and conservatives who consider it government interference in the marketplace.