Fifteen years after rescue and recovery efforts at Ground Zero ended, the National September 11th Memorial And Museum is unveiling plans for a new shrine in Lower Manhattan. The permanent dedication to all the workers will go up on the southwest corner of the plaza, near the Survivor Tree. Former Mayor Mike Bloomberg, Governor Andrew Cuomo and former "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart are involved and hope the honor reminds people of the health battles many in uniform still face. The announcement comes after Sunday's death of retired firefighter Ray Pfeifer, who fought a 9-11 cancer while repeatedly pushing for federal money to help sick and injured first responders.
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