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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Jennifer Hunt
The widow of a soldier killed in the 2009 Fort Hood shooting on Monday got a surprise: relief from a nearly $6,000 tax bill thanks to three anonymous donors.
The widow of a soldier killed in the Fort Hood shooting could get relief from a $6,000 tax bill under a measure Oklahoma legislators are considering that would grant some families benefits similar to those given after acts of terrorism.
"I've never had help before," she said, "but this bill isn't just for me; this is for other people."