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Both the House and the Senate are considering legislation that would extend the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002. The act expires Dec. 31, 2005, creating possible coverage gaps in policies that extend into 2006. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan provided impetus for the extension when he recently expressed doubts that the private market alone can work well enough to insure against the continuing threat of terrorist attacks.

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