San Diego, Calif., Aug 14, 2019 / 07:19 pm (CNA).- Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego announced Aug. 13 an Independent Compensation Program for victims of sexual abuse, set to begin in September.
He.. CNA - Published
President Donald Trump suggested that he spent "a lot of time" with first responders after Sept. 11 as he signed an extension of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. "Many of those affected were.. PolitiFact - Published
Lisa Mateo reports surrounded by 911 first responders and families of those killed, the president signed the bill that will provide care to the surviving first responders and their families until 2092..
President Trump signed the extension of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund into law on Monday at a ceremony in the Rose Garden. The measure will cover those suffering from 9/11 related illnesses through..
If you thought President Trump could speak about the brave work of 9/11 first responders without giving himself a little shout out, you'd be wrong.
On Monday, Trump signed the act that will extend.. Mashable - Published
James Leonard, who toiled in the rubble of the Twin Towers, developed asthma and prostate cancer. Knowing the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund is fully supported is "such a relief," he said. Newsday - Published
This morning, Donald Trump formally signed a bill that will extend and authorize the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund through 2092, essentially making it permanent. He made the announcement at.. Gothamist - Published
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump emphasized his personal connections to the World Trade Center site as he signed legislation Monday to ensure the Sept. 11 victims’ compensation fund never.. Seattle Times - Published
During a signing ceremony for the 9/11 victim compensation fund bill, President Donald Trump — speaking to an audience filled with first responders — made reference his time “down there” at.. Mediaite - Published
Watch VideoPresident Donald Trump has signed the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund Act into law.
The bill authorizes the fund to accept claims from victims and first responders suffering from.. Newsy - Published Also reported by •CBS 2 •CBS News
Donald Trump signed the September 11 Victim Compensation Fund on Monday at the White House Rose Garden while reminding first responders of the historic terror attacks that he, too, was in New York City.. Independent - Published
[GroundUp] There was a lot of "give and take" from both sides, but the settlement agreement, which has resulted in a R5 billion compensation fund for gold miners afflicted with Silicosis and TB, was as.. allAfrica.com - Published
This week Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., voted against a bill that replenishes funding for the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund. And on Wednesday, Jon Stewart reacted in a now ongoing feud between the comedian.. USATODAY.com - Published
After a nearly eighteen year fight for their full benefits, 9/11 first responders and survivors will finally and permanently receive funding. The Victims' Compensation Fund bill passed 97-2 in the.. CBS News - Published
A photo captured the awkward moment Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell passed a smiling Jon Stewart inside the U.S. Capitol before the vote to extend the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund.. FOXNews.com - Published
The Senate on Tuesday officially voted to extend the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund until 2092. CBS News digital politics reporter Grace Segers joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano for a closer look at the.. CBS News - Published Also reported by •Newsy •BBC News •Japan Today
A month after the comedian and former “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart gave an impassioned testimony before Congress, ther Senate passed legislation that will extend funding to victims of the 9/11.. The Wrap - Published
Just last month, first responder Lou Alvarez spoke before Congress shortly before he died of a 9/11-related illness. He was joined by Jon Stewart, who voiced his frustration over what took so long. CBS 2 - Published
On Fox News this afternoon, GOP pollster *Lee Carter* told *Neil Cavuto* that *Rand Paul* and *Mike Lee*'s votes against reauthorizing the 9/11 victims compensation fund were "devastating." Mediaite - Published