Deadly legacy: Exposure to 9/11 toxic dust affects financial district workers

With the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks still fresh in our minds, Michael Barasch, managing partner at Barasch & McGarry, says less than 8% of the civilians who were in Lower Manhattan that day and the months after have registered for free federal programs offering health care protections and benefits. Municipal bond industry workers who worked or lived downtown in the several months that followed 9/11 can benefit from these programs too. Chip Barnett hosts. (15 minutes)

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