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November 15, 2004

Find Out…

How many of the 9/11 Commission's 41 recommendations have been legislated

What happened to the Senate's bipartisan efforts to pass intelligence reform

Why the immigration reforms are so controversial

What difference the election has made

And how you can make a difference!

After years of fighting for an effective, full-scale independent investigation into the September 11th attacks, we now stand at a critical juncture. On July 22, 2004, the 9/11 Commission released its public report with 41 recommendations designed to guard against future terrorist attacks. Yet this past October, the Congress of the United States adjourned without passing any legislation in support of these recommendations, despite bipartisan and Commission support.

What now?

Please join us on Monday, November 15 from 8:00 - 9:30 PM EST for an online discussion on the status of both the recommendations and current intelligence reform legislation. Joining us will be Chris Kojm, former Deputy Director of the 9/11 Commission and current President of the 9/11 Public Discourse Project. Also in attendance will be Carie Lemack, Board Secretary of Families of September 11 and member of the Family Steering Committee, and Don Goodrich, Chairman of the Board of Families of September 11. After a summary of events up to the present and opening discussion, we will take questions from participants.

You do NOT want to miss this opportunity to stay on top of issues of importance to you and your loved ones.

If you are a FOS11 member*, click here and enroll now in this important online discussion:

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Membership is free and open to 9/11 families, survivors and others interested in supporting our mission.