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Extended time law for 9/11 compensation claims is unconstitutional: judge

by / Wednesday, 10 December 2014 / News Category NYPOST NEWS

A federal judge has ruled that a state law that extended time for 9/11 rescue and workers to file compensation claims for their heroic efforts is unconstitutional. Manhattan federal Judge…

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