How One Senate Vote Would Benefit the Super Bowl

How One Senate Vote Would Benefit the Super BowlOne item left on the Senate’s to-do list this week is passing the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, which expires at the end of this year, raising questions about the fate of some professional sporting events.The bill, also known as TRIA, was first enacted after the 9/11 attacks as a way for the federal government to help insurance companies cover U.S. businesses in the wake of a terrorist attack. Some of the businesses aided by TRIA include professional sports organizations, like the National Football League, which need to have coverage for the stadiums and arenas their players and spectators …

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