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With yet another drop-dead date for the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) at the end of the year, Congress is once again directing its attention to the proverbial question of whether private insurance companies can shoulder the burden of providing companies coverage for terrorism-related risk–that is, without the government guarantee TRIA provides to pick up most of the damages in the case of an attack.

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