In the latest war of words over the future of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA), the president of the Insurance Information Institute accuses the Consumer Federation of America (CFA) of being anti-consumer for its opposition to an extension.

I.I.I. President Robert Hartwig tells PC360 that he is surprised by what he says is an anti-consumer stance by the consumer protection group because failure to renew TRIA would jeopardize construction projects, costing jobs and doing damage to a fragile economic recovery.

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