9/11 victims are still seeing a financial impact 20 years later

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CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “9/11 victims are still seeing a financial impact 20 years later” – below is their description.

The compensation for those affected by 9/11 was $7 billion dollars to 98% of the eligible families of victims. CNBC’s Contessa Brewer reports on how the financial impact spread beyond Ground Zero and can still be felt 20 years later. She also discusses how 9/11 victims have until 2090 to apply for financial assistance for their health treatment.

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