WASHINGTON — The House Financial Services Committee advanced two bills on Thursday designed to revamp the flood insurance market, but it delayed action on related legislation amid partisan divisions.

The panel approved 30-26 a bill by Rep. Sean Duffy, who chairs the housing and insurance subcommittee, that is designed to enhance the financial stability of the National Flood Insurance Program and boost development of more accurate estimates of flood risk.

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