The Export-Import Bank’s charter expired at midnight Tuesday—at least temporarily.

Even though the 81-year-old agency has expired, supportive lawmakers may include an amendment concerning the bank to a must-pass bill like the Highway Trust Fund in an attempt to revive it.

While supporters say the bank helps American small businesses compete globally, opponents of the bank have called it a form of “corporate welfare” and an agent of “cronyism.”

As the expiration date for the bank neared, supporters and opponents were particularly vocal about the issue, stating their views on social media outlets like Twitter.

Here are some of the top tweets concerning the Ex-Im Bank: