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New York State Senate at the state Capitol in Albany (AP Photo/Hans Pennink)

New York State legislation that would have reduced regulations on the state’s title insurance industry was poised for approval earlier this month, then a combination of efforts from top state officials and advocacy organizations helped stop it from becoming law last week.

The bill would have partly rolled back regulations from the state Department of Financial Services on the industry. It didn’t make it to the floor of the State Senate for a vote Friday before lawmakers left Albany for the year.

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