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WASHINGTON, DC—With the Senate having adjourned Tuesday without passing legislation to extend the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, the industry is now looking at next steps. Job number one, says the Real Estate Roundtable, is reinstating TRIA sooner rather than later. And Fitch Ratings sees repercussions for CMBS as the program to backstop terrorism insurance expires at year’s end.


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