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Insurance Firms Work to Develop Terrorism Coverage

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Insurance Firms Work to Develop Terrorism Coverage

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Insurance Firms Work to Develop Terrorism Coverage

Insurance Firms Work to Develop Terrorism Coverage

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Insurance companies struggle to comply with a new federal law requiring them to offer terrorism insurance to their commercial customers. Although the federal government assumes much of the financial risk under the new law, insurance companies scramble to decide how to price the coverage. NPR's David Schaper reports.

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