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WASHINGTON –House Democrats today came under renewed pressure–from the White House and House Republicans–to accept the Senate version of legislation extending the federal backstop on terrorism risk insurance.

It came as a spokesman for Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md., House majority leader, said proposed amendments to the Senate version of the legislation could come to the floor tomorrow.

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