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9/11 Compensation Weighted Toward Responders

Emergency responders who were killed or seriously injured in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks each received about $1 million more than other victims of the terrorist strikes, although most of that difference was due to large donations from charities, according to a study released yesterday. In the most comprehensive look at how government money, charitable awards and insurance payments were disbursed after the attacks, the Rand Institute for Civil Justice found that families of the dead and injured and businesses affected by the attacks received more than $38 billion in compensation.Full Story

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