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News Brief

November 9, 2001
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Holocaust survivors and members of the U.S. Congress accused the international commission charged with resolving Holocaust era insurance claims with being too slow and not getting money to policyholders. At a hearing of the U.S. House of Representatives Government Reform Committee, the International Commission of Holocaust-era Insurance Claims was called a “failure.” Lawmakers called for a quick end to the claims process and an extension of the February 2002 deadline for filing claims.

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