WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a House of Representatives bill imposing new curbs on insider trading by members of Congress, even though the measure was weaker than a version passed by the Senate in February.
The legislation now moves to the White House, where President Barack Obama has promised to swiftly sign it into law.
(Reporting By David Lawder; editing by Christopher Wilson)
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