Tommy Thompson was a star of the Bush administration. As Secretary of Health and Human Services he did an amazing job keeping this country in the top 100 in lift expectancy and infant mortality. But, he also left one piece of unfinnished business nagging at him. When Thompson was Secretary of Health and Human Services after the 9/11 attacks he was criticized for ignoring the threat to first responders at ground zero. Doctors concluded that the dust there was toxic soup and over 70,000 first responders enrolled in a long term health monitoring program. Many of these people have since been unable to get health coverage and Thompson took heat for not doing more from left leaning bleeding hearts. Thompson was determined to make good and in private life he has finally got his chance. The Department of Health and Human Services has now given an $11,000,000 contract to Logistics Health Incorporateda company Thompson is President of to track the health of between 4,000 and 6,000 workers who live outside the New York City area, where a separate health monitoring program is in place. My hat is off to this courageous American who refused to leave any job undone even when he was no longer in public office.