Commentary: Terror insurance law outdated, should be ended

The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act was meant to assist the insurance industry through a "transitional period," but more than five years after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, the insurance industry continues to lobby Congress for more unnecessary insurance subsidies, according to The Wall Street Journal. The TRIA is an outdated law that should be put to rest, the commentary says.

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