James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act
Lawmakers have agreed to earmark $8 billion in this year's measure to keep the government open.
Lawmakers are ironing out the final details.
Clinton helped write the first 9/11 health bills in the Senate when she represented New York.
Stewart returns to implore lawmakers to finally pass a permanent law to help 9/11 responders.
9/11 responders were forced to make their case for a permanent 9/11 bill in the hallway after a chairman's staff refused to invite them in.
"It's ... ironic that we sit here now, a few days after Paris had their 9/11, to take care of the folks who responded to ours," one advocate says.