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9/11 Victim Compensation
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The fund providing compensation to victims and surviving family members of the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, has ended its work. While the group has attracted criticism, many have acknowledged the difficulty it faced. A small percentage of families have filed suit.

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Kenneth Feinberg, special master, 9/11 Compensation Fund

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