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At Long Last, The Debate Over Terrorism Coverage Is Behind Us

Nearly 15 months after terrorists destroyed New York’s World Trade Center, the United States finally will have a system in place to insure losses from any future attacks.

The bill that was sent by Congress to President George W. Bush for his signature is not perfect. For example, it excludes personal lines for the moment, although the Treasury Department will study the possibility of adding auto and homeowners insurers to the program.

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