Marjory Kane, left, and her mother, Marge Mathers, are looking for justice through a bill introduced in Congress. Marge Mathers, now a Galveston, Texas, resident lost her husband, Charles, in the 9/11 attacks. Behind them is southern Manhattan in New York City, where the Twin Towers stood.
Marjory Kane, left, and her mother, Marge Mathers, are looking for justice through a bill introduced in Congress. Marge Mathers, now a Galveston, Texas, resident lost her husband, Charles, in the 9/11 attacks. Behind them is southern Manhattan in New York City, where the Twin Towers stood. Courtesy of Charles W. Mathers’ family
Marjory Kane, left, and her mother, Marge Mathers, are looking for justice through a bill introduced in Congress. Marge Mathers, now a Galveston, Texas, resident lost her husband, Charles, in the 9/11 attacks. Behind them is southern Manhattan in New York City, where the Twin Towers stood. Courtesy of Charles W. Mathers’ family

9/11 widow wants justice, and she’s lobbying Congress to get it

September 06, 2016 06:00 AM

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