Robert Freeman, Public Strategies in Washington D.C., was quoted in a Business Insurance article titled "Federal Group Cites Value of TRIA, but Renewal Still Faces Challenges in Congress," which appeared on April 27. “A report by the President's Working Group on Financial Markets could further boost efforts to reauthorize the federal government's terrorism insurance backstop. The program, which was established by the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002, will end Dec. 31 if it is not extended. Four extension bills — three in the House and one in the Senate — have been introduced, and another House bill is expected in the next few weeks.”
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