The Federal Terrorism Risk Insurance Program will expire at the end of 2014 unless Congress acts. On July 17th, the Senate voted 93 to 4 to extend the program for seven years. Without terrorism insurance, it's difficult to get financing for targets such as stadiums, malls and commercial buildings in high-risk areas. The Senate bill likely has enough support to pass in the House, but Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas), the chairman of the Financial Services Committee, wants the program to end and won't bring the bill to the floor for a vote. It is up to Speaker John Boehner to allow a vote.