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DonkeySmall.jpgInsurance groups sweating bullets over whether Uncle Sam will keep his terrorism reinsurance backstop in place are partying in Washington like it’s 1994. That was the last year the Democrats controlled the House of Representatives. And while insurer and agent groups are traditionally associated with Republicans, the fact is that when it comes to TRIA, their most enthusiastic ally is not the GOP, but the Democrats, as developments this week demonstrated.

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