Budget Plan For Judiciary Restores Most Sequestration Cuts
The spending is a 5 percent, or $316 million, increase above current levels, according to a summary of the omnibus bill. Sequestration cut federal judiciary funding by about $350 million, prompting the courts to cut 1,200 jobs despite increased workload.
“This funding level is based on the estimates of the judiciary’s needs and...
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