When Congress wrote a check for $1 billion in federal emergency money to buy insurance for New York City contractors and subcontractors who worked in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks, they expected the firefighters and cleanup crews to get paid for illnesses allegedly caused by unsafe working conditions.
Instead what they got is an insurance company that refuses to settle claims.
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