WASHINGTON — The House approved a bill 241 to 182 on Thursday that would create a $30 billion fund that community banks could access for small business loans.

The bill passed after a contentious debate over whether the legislation would spur small business lending or if it should be considered another Troubled Asset Relief Program.

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