>>says 60 tonight.
>>good evening, i'm rob vaughn, i'm wendy davis one day after a blistering rebuke from jon stewart a house panel has advanced the 9.11 victims compensation bill and 2 local lawmakers who are on that panel are responding to stewart's criticisms about those who skipped out on the hearing yesterday.
>>josh rultenberg issue in the studio with more.
>>rob and wendy madeleine dean mary scanlon who represent berks delaware, montgomery counties say they understand stores frustration.
That's why they're doing everything they can to permanently fix this injustice.
>>i'm sorry if i sound angry and undiplomatic.
And you should be too and they're all angry as well and they have every justification to be that way on tuesday with 9.11 first responders behind him comedian jon stewart pounded the house judiciary committee over the lack of funding for the victims. >>and awfully tired of hearing.
>>it's a 9.11, new york issue al qaeda didn't shout death to try >>stewart was also furious because only 5 of the 41 members who serve on the committee were present for testimony from 9.11 1st responders one of the 5 delaware montgomery county democratic congresswoman mary scanlon the first term representative thank the heroes and apologize for the loss and grief they've endured and having to be in front of congress again.
>>the shock and were of those events.
Passed by the bravery grace and humanity.
>>the first responders not in the room at the time montgomery in berks county democratic congresswoman matalin dean, a spokesperson for dean says she had to step out to go to another meeting dean eventually returned and had this to say.
>>we care we think this is it read this wrong.
You have to come and yes curry authorization, it's an absolute insane greivis wrong and we get it.
>>dean in the rest of the committee putting their money where their mouths are by unanimously passing a bill today to permanently reauthorize the 9.11 victim compensation fund.
He was scheduled to run out at the end of next year.
>>and now the bill will go to the full house for a vote and should have passed it would go to the senate, however it's unclear whether senate majority