WASHINGTON — Rep. Randy Neugebauer, chairman of the House Financial Services subcommittee on housing and insurance, said Wednesday that he hopes the panel can begin voting as soon as late spring or the summer on legislation to overhaul the Federal Housing Administration.

The Texas Republican said the panel will continue to hold hearings examining the various concerns about the FHA's mission and management in the wake of the financial crisis, specifically saying he plans to take a closer look at the agency's reverse mortgage business soon.

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