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WASHINGTON–The Bush administration and insurance trade groups are voicing strong opposition to House legislation aimed at helping states secure natural catastrophe insurance.

In a statement of administration position released late yesterday, the administration said it “strongly opposes” the “Homeowners Defense Act of 2007,” H.R. 3355. “Accordingly, if H.R. 3355 were presented to the president, his senior advisors would recommend that he veto the bill,” the statement said.

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