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Filed December 21st, 2015 F.A. Kelley

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Cialis no prescription Rep. Cialis no prescription Caroline Maloney was a leaders in the bipartisan effort to reauthorize the Zadroga Act. Cialis no prescription She was grateful that “the heroes and survivors of 9/11 will know that their health care is permanent and their compensation is full.” New York Mayor Bill de Blasio described the reauthorization as a “long overdue victory for the 72, cialis no prescription000 brave men and women around the country who rely on these programs.”

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Cialis no prescription The Zadroga Act reauthorization was part of the trillion-dollar omnibus spending bill that keeps the government funded. Cialis no prescription The measure passed the House by a vote of 316-113 and the Senate by a 65-33 vote.

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