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Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he will work to appropriate an additional $3 billion in federal funding to help keep the program afloat.
At Madison Square Garden, Pearl Jam honored the first responders of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the 21st anniversary of the tragedy.
She was a teenager when he died. Now she’s a mom with three kids.
We are proud to be in service to this community, and we join in honoring those who died on 9/11, those lost in the years since, and the many who are living with the unforgiving consequences of that day.
The federal health program that monitors and treats 9/11-related health conditions faces a $3 billion gap as early as next year, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) spoke from his Manhattan office on Sunday on the importance of getting more funding for the World Trade Center health program before the end of 2022.
He vowed to “make a push” to get the funding approved this year.
Capt. Janelle Sanders died of an unspecified ailment, the Captains Endowment Association said in a tweet.
The multi-billion-dollar government program set up to provide healthcare for more than 100,000 9/11 survivors continues to frustrate Floridians and others across the country.
Rep. Andrew Garbarino joins “Velshi” to discuss funding shortfall facing the World Trade Center Health Program.