Charles W. Mathers was a 9/11 victim. His daughter, Marjory Kane, left, and his widow, Marge Mathers, are pictured. Marge Mathers used to live in New Jersey but has moved to Galveston, Texas. Behind them is the skyline of southern Manhattan, where the Twin Towers once stood. One World Trade Center, built on the grounds, is the high point in the background. They want victims' families to be able to sue foreign governments that supported terrorists. and they are pushing for Congress to pass a bill before the 15th anniversary.
Charles W. Mathers was a 9/11 victim. His daughter, Marjory Kane, left, and his widow, Marge Mathers, are pictured. Marge Mathers used to live in New Jersey but has moved to Galveston, Texas. Behind them is the skyline of southern Manhattan, where the Twin Towers once stood. One World Trade Center, built on the grounds, is the high point in the background. They want victims' families to be able to sue foreign governments that supported terrorists. and they are pushing for Congress to pass a bill before the 15th anniversary.
Charles W. Mathers was a 9/11 victim. His daughter, Marjory Kane, left, and his widow, Marge Mathers, are pictured. Marge Mathers used to live in New Jersey but has moved to Galveston, Texas. Behind them is the skyline of southern Manhattan, where the Twin Towers once stood. One World Trade Center, built on the grounds, is the high point in the background. They want victims' families to be able to sue foreign governments that supported terrorists. and they are pushing for Congress to pass a bill before the 15th anniversary.

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