A House Financial Services panel on Tuesday approved a bill requiring the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) to submit a plan to Congress on how it will avoid a bailout of its financially strapped mortgage insurance fund.

The main section of the FHA reform bill requires the agency to charge a minimum annual mortgage insurance premium, and extends the agency's indemnification requirements to all approved lenders.

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