WASHINGTON — The Senate approved a bill Tuesday night that would ease capital standards for insurance companies under the Dodd-Frank Act.

The measure, which passed by unanimous consent, would effectively change the Collins amendment, the Dodd-Frank provision that sets a statutory floor for risk-based capital requirements for systemically important institutions, clarifying that the requirements would not apply to insurance companies.

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