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USA Today reports, "The firefighters, police officers and other emergency personnel who risked their lives answering the call on Sept.11, 2001, may finally be getting the rescue they've been demanding. The Senate Tuesday is expected to pass a bill that would replenish a compensation fund set up shortly after the 2001 terror attacks in New York City and at the Pentagon to compensate first responders who suffered illnesses, injuries and other medical problems as a result of the attacks."

Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) on Thursday explains his amendment to a bill regarding the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund.
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Senator Mike Lee made national headlines this week for his role in delaying a vote on compensation for 9/11 first responders. Survivors said they don’t have time to wait. 


Utah's representatives in Washington respond to racist remarks made by president Trump on Twitter. Utah Sen.


In preparation for the Sept. 11th National Day of Service, the World Trade Center of Utah is partnering with a state service commission to promote community volunteering.