The property-casualty industry is urging Congress to complete work on legislation extending the federal backstop for terrorism insurance as early as this week.

Congress is back to work after a two-week Thanksgiving break with a huge agenda, including the need to reconcile major differences between the House and Senate versions of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act. But reconciling the relatively modest Senate version with more expansive House legislation might be difficult.

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