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Lawmakers in Washington, D.C., have taken up the cause. Advocates and legislators led by Sen. Gillibrand, Sen. Rubio, and Jon Stewart have taken to Capitol Hill to rally in support of a measure to expand care and benefits to veterans affected by burn pit-related illnesses. (3/7)

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Jon Stewart returns to Capitol Hill Tuesday after a 15-year battle fighting for the 9/11 victims' compensation fund to advocate for legislation that would help veterans affected by toxic burn pits.

Jon Stewart returned to Capitol Hill Tuesday to advocate for veterans affected by burn pits and accused Congress of giving warfighters the "cold shoulder," NBC News reports.

Jon Stewart returned to Capitol Hill Tuesday to take up a new cause -- advocating for veterans affected by burn pits.

Jon Stewart returned to Capitol Hill Tuesday to take up a new cause -- advocating for veterans affected by burn pits.

'The fight starts again': Jon Stewart returns to Capitol Hill to advocate for burn pit victims

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'The Fight Starts Again': Jon Stewart Returns to Capitol Hill

'The Fight Starts Again': Jon Stewart Returns to Capitol Hill

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Jon Stewart is on Capitol Hill advocating for legislation that would help US veterans exposed to burn pits.

Former ‘Daily Show’ host Jon Stewart joined lawmakers and families of veterans on Capitol Hill to support a bill to help American soldiers who were exposed to toxic burn pits

Jon Stewart is on Capitol Hill today with @SenGillibrand ⁩ to fight for funding for vets struggling with health problems caused by burn pits The government’s claim they don’t know what’s causing their problems? “It’s bullshit. It’s bullshit!” Stewart says

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A 97-2 vote on Capitol Hill to bolster the 9/11 victims fund. Jon Stewart and first responders rose for an emotional standing ovation. @marykbruce  reports for @ABCWorldNews .

Jon Stewart gets standing ovation after giving emotional testimony during the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund hearing on Capitol Hill.

Jon Stewart went to Capitol Hill on Monday to demand Congress provide additional funding for survivors and first responders of the 9/11 attacks.

Comedian Jon Stewart joined advocates on Capitol Hill to pressure White House budget director Mick Mulvaney to abandon a proposal that they say could threaten health care treatment for 9/11 first responders

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Jon Stewart is back on Capitol Hill to fight for a 9/11 law. And this time, he's angry

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