It was an active week for insurers on Capitol Hill, with a regulatory reform bill for surplus lines and reinsurance reintroduced, but a split emerging between the House and Senate over renewal of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act and whether to allow insurers to deduct punitive damages from their taxes.

Insurance industry groups are united in their support of legislation streamlining the regulation of multistate surplus lines risks and reinsurance, introduced last week.

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