Derailing TRIA

The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act will sunset on 31 December 2007. A bill proposing its renewal for the next 15 years should provide much needed stability. But only if it does not mandate insurers to cover attacks using weapons of mass destruction. Ben McKay explains why.

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