The House passed anti-redlining legislation July 20 that omitted onerous provisions that would have imposed Home Mortgage Disclosure Act-type disclosure requirements on insurance companies, dealing a setback to some members of the House Banking Committee who sought tougher mandates.

The legislation, H.R. 1188, was approved by the full House by voice vote, and covers home, dwelling, fire and auto insurance coverages.

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