House Democrats have scheduled a vote this week on legislation designed to signal the Senate that some of the provisions in its original version of the bill extending the federal backstop for terrorism risk insurance must be included in a final measure.

The House Rules Committee approved the bill for floor debate on Dec. 6 after comments by Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., chairman of the House Financial Services Committee. He said he was acting out of frustration with the Senate’s lack of interest in a compromise.

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