House Majority Whip Roy Blunt said Wednesday he expects legislation reforming the controversial intergovernmental panel that reviews foreign-U.S. deals for national security concerns that lawmakers in the House are to vote on by the end of July.

“It will move through the financial services committee on the way to the House floor,” Blunt, R-Mo., said after testifying before the House Homeland Securities Committee.

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