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575 tumors found (498.8 expected) The incidence of thyroid cancer was 239 percent higher than what one would expect to find
The three main sponsors of the Zadroga Law in the House echoed Feal, saying they were "disappointed," but certain Howard's
WATCH: Part one Along the way, Stewart pointed out some -- shall we say -- idiotic inconsistencies: A provision in the new
Shame on Representative Cliff Stearns and shame on each and every one of the representatives who voted to make compensation for 9/11 first responders reliant upon a check for "terrorist" activities.
“Although neither we nor [the Centers for Disease Control]/NIOSH anticipate the name of any individual in the current Programs
In my book Kirsten Gillibrand is as much a hero as those who responded on 9/11 and in the days after for getting the 9/11 Responders Bill passed. Like them, she did what had to be done with dedication, dignity, and grace.
Also, did Stewart call Gillibrand adorable? Stewart chuckled, praised his staff, and noted that "the idea that something
DADT and passage of the 9/11 healthcare bill are second tier issues that will impact only a relatively small number of Americans. So yes, let's celebrate some wins this holiday season, but let's not let it blind us.
The celebration over passage of the bill to support ailing first responders to the 9/11 terror attack isn't quite over. It's time to take note of the winners and the losers.
Who are we as Americans if we don't take care of our heroes? It's been nine long years since these brave men and women answered the call on 9/11 and I'm so proud that today the US Senate has now answered theirs.