NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The United States Senate has agreed to vote next week on the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund.

The decision comes as New York City loses two more heroes who worked at Ground Zero.

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Firefighter Richard Driscoll is now the 200th FDNY member to die from 9/11-related illnesses.

Driscoll retired from Engine 91 in East Harlem in 2002 after serving for 32 years.

FDNY Firefighter Kevin Nolan also died this week from a 9/11 related illness. He joined the FDNY in 1989, working on the Upper East Side and in the Bronx before retiring in 2007.

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Today, Democratic lawmakers announced they will push forward with the legislation.

The bill would reauthorize the Victim Compensation Fund through 2090.

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Republican senators Rand Paul and Mike Lee prevented the Senate from voting to approve the bill unanimously, citing its cost.