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Today, we remember the 3,000 Americans we lost on September 11, 2001, and we honor the bravery of the emergency workers who rushed into danger in order to save lives.
This year, Congress finally acted to give these first responders the financial security and medical attention they need as they cope with illnesses from the toxins they were exposed to at Ground Zero.
We must also reflect on the 18-year-old "war on terror" and the harm it has caused. If we do not move decisively to end America’s longest war, we will soon see servicemembers fight and die in Afghanistan and around the world in a conflict that was started before they were born.