The Judgment Fund is a little-known account used to pay certain court judgments and settlements against the federal government. Each year, billions of dollars are disbursed from it, yet the fund does not fall under the annual appropriations process. Because of this, the U.S. Department of Treasury has no binding reporting requirements, and these funds are paid out with scant scrutiny.
Legislation reintroduced in the Senate aims to bring accountability to that fund, which, fo
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