The House of Representatives Tuesday afternoon passed a bill that requires the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) to submit a plan to Congress on how it intends to avert a bailout of its financially strapped mortgage insurance fund.

The bill also gives the federal mortgage insurance agency enhanced powers to expel lenders from the FHA single-family program and to require indemnification for losses on bad loans.

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