Obama supportive of 9/11 health bill

President Barack Obama says he is looking forward to signing the 9/11 health care bill into law.The bill would give first responders of the September

BROOKLYN - President Barack Obama says he is looking forward to signing the 9/11 health care bill into law.

The bill would give first responders of the September 11th attacks approximately $7.4 billion in medical aid.

The bill was earlier rejected by the House of Representatives. It has to be passed by both houses of Congress before Obama can sign it into law.

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