Sheet metal worker and 9/11 first responder Joe Rabito takes 14 medications a day so he can breathe. Joe was one of the tens of thousands of first responders in New York City who went out to help survivors of the World Trade Center attacks.
These people, many of them union members, are still feeling the physical and mental long-term health effects from the work they did as first responders.
This is why the Zadroga Act, which provides permanent health care and compensation to 9/11 survivors and first responders, is so important.
Hillary Clinton's tenacity was a big reason why the act came to pass. Watch Joe's story above.