Washington (Sept. 12, 2002) -- Political responses to the tragedy of 9/11 ran the gamut from two new laws providing tax relief and job creation, to pending legislation on homeland security and tax fairness for military families.

Congress responded to last year's terror attacks, the House Ways and Means Committee says, by passing two House bills into law--the Victims of Terrorism Tax Relief Act of 2001, and the Job Creation and Worker Assistance Act.

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