WASHINGTON — The Senate passed revised legislation Thursday that would delay increases in flood insurance premiums, following the House's vote advancing the bill last week.

The bill, which will now go to President Obama's desk for his signature, is intended to limit the effects of price increases resulting from 2012 reforms to the National Flood Insurance Program.

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