November 25, 2014 | The Hill
Despite only a few gasps left until Congress adjourns this year, much still needs to be done. Among the less publicly-noted items in this holiday limbo is terrorism risk insurance. This program that provides government support for insurers to cover terrorist attacks on commercial interests will expire on December 31, 2014 unless Congress acts. It needs to do so – and smartly.
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