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Emergency responders who worked at Ground Zero following the 9/11 terror attacks are protesting in the Bronx today over delays in a court case that would provide them with money for health care.
The initial lawsuit would have forced the city of New York to pay $650 million for health problems that the responders claim are a result of unsafe working conditions at Ground Zero.
The responders say they are happy with the second version of the bill that?s currently being reviewed by Congress, saying the second version would give more money to people like them and less to lawyers and legal fees.
Either way, they say they want something to happen soon.
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