WASHINGTON — The House passed a controversial bill on Friday requiring the Securities and Exchange Commission to conduct additional economic analysis on its rules.

The Securities Exchange Commission Regulatory Accountability Act passed with bipartisan support by a vote of 235-161, after being passed out of the House Financial Services Committee just last week with a broader package of derivatives provisions.

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