Jack McNamara, 9, second from right, held a sign on behalf of his late father during a Dec. 6 rally in New York calling for the funding of the Zadroga Act. John McNamara, who served in the New York Fire Department, worked at the World Trade Center site following the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 and died in 2009 of cancer. The Act, which funds medical care for 9/11 first-responders, is set to expire.
Jack McNamara, 9, second from right, held a sign on behalf of his late father during a Dec. 6 rally in New York calling for the funding of the Zadroga Act. John McNamara, who served in the New York Fire Department, worked at the World Trade Center site following the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 and died in 2009 of cancer. The Act, which funds medical care for 9/11 first-responders, is set to expire. Mark Lennihan The Associated Press
Jack McNamara, 9, second from right, held a sign on behalf of his late father during a Dec. 6 rally in New York calling for the funding of the Zadroga Act. John McNamara, who served in the New York Fire Department, worked at the World Trade Center site following the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 and died in 2009 of cancer. The Act, which funds medical care for 9/11 first-responders, is set to expire. Mark Lennihan The Associated Press

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