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In this Monday, March 17, 2014 photo, Jennifer Hunt, right, poses for a photo in her home with her son Trystan Morgan, 7, and daughter Silver Templeton, 11, in Noble, Okla. A photo of her late husband, Jason Hunt, hangs above the mantle at rear. Jennifer Hunt, whose husband was 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. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

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In this Monday, March 17, 2014 photo, Jennifer Hunt poses for a photo outside her home in Noble, Okla. Hunt, whose husband was 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. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

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In this Monday, March 17, 2014 photo, Jennifer Hunt poses for a photo outside her home in Noble, Okla. Hunt, whose husband was 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. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

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In this Monday, March 17, 2014 photo, Jennifer Hunt, center, poses for a photo outside her home with her son Trystan Morgan, 7, and daughter Silver Templeton, 11, in Noble, Okla. Hunt, whose husband was 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. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

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A Ukrainian marine reacts as his comrades leave the base in Feodosia, Crimea, Tuesday, March 25, 2014. In Crimea, Ukrainian soldiers piled onto buses and began their journey to Ukrainian territory on Tuesday, as former comrades saluted them from outside a base overrun by Russian forces. (AP Photo/Valeriy Kulyk)

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Ukrainian marines prepare to leave their base in Feodosia, Crimea, Tuesday, March 25, 2014. In Crimea, Ukrainian soldiers piled onto buses and began their journey to Ukrainian territory on Tuesday, as former comrades saluted them from outside a base overrun by Russian forces. (AP Photo/Valeriy Kulyk)

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Jose Pimentel appears in a courtroom in New York, Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014. Pimentel, accused of building homemade bombs to wage holy war in New York City, pleaded guilty Wednesday to a terrorism charge less than a week before his scheduled trial in a rare state-level terrorism case. With the plea, Pimentel, 29, was promised a sentence of 16 years in prison. He would have faced a minimum of 15 years to life if convicted of the top charge, a high-level weapons possession offense as a terrorism crime. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, Pool)