Should the reading of names at 9/11 tributes be changed?
Every year, on September 11th, the names of the victims of that awful day are read aloud at several locations to remember those whose lives were ended due to the terrorist attacks.
These names are of those in the buildings and the airplanes.
Should the list be occasionally amended to include those brave first responders, who died from diseases brought on by their participation in the rescues and searches of that day?
Some lived for a couple years painfully coping with breathing issues, before succumbing.