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Let Captives Opt Out Of Terror Plan: VCIA The Vermont Captive Insurance Association is urging the U.S. Treasury to reinterpret Terrorism Risk Insurance Act guidelines to allow captives to opt-out of providing terrorism coverage.

While executives of the organization said the effort has full support of Vermont state officials and U.S. Senators who drafted the TRIA measure, other captive associations are still weighing in on the issue, or have decided to bow out of any discussion.

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