WASHINGTON — The House approved a bill Wednesday that aims to ease the burden on banking agencies' inspectors general by significantly raising the trigger for an investigation of a failed bank.

Under current law, inspectors general must report on any failure estimated to cost at least $25 million to the Deposit Insurance Fund. The bill would raise that level to $200 million.

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