The House of Representatives Wednesday overwhelmingly approved changes to the government panel charged with ensuring that foreign acquisitions of assets in the U.S. do not pose national security threats.

The bill would set up a less burdensome review process than one expected to be pushed in the Senate and could lead to a conflict between the two chambers before the legislation is finally enacted.

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