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Finally functioning?

13 January 2015 By Daniel Indiviglio

The president and Congress have reached a deal to renew government-backstopped terrorism insurance. Reducing taxpayers’ exposure helped sway those against aiding the private sector. Issues like housing finance may be harder to fix. But at least Washington’s not in total gridlock.

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