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(Bloomberg) — A U.S. program that backstops insurance companies’ losses from acts of terrorism is set to end after the Senate did not extend it.

Efforts to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act for six years fell apart after Senator Tom Coburn, an Oklahoma Republican who is retiring, held up the legislation. Without a renewal, the program will expire Dec. 31.

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