After 9/11 anniversary, House approves grants for Ground Zero memorial

The U.S. House of Representatives voted to provide federal funds for the upkeep of the national memorials to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 at the Pentagon, Shankville, PA, and in New York.

The 9/11 Memorial Act authorizes up to $25 million a year in federal grants to maintain the memorials and to be used for security, day-to-day operations, and educational programs.

To see video of the 9/11 Memorial Act floor speech, please click here.

The Act now goes to the Senate for voting, reports Jonathan D. Salant of NJ Advance Media for

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