Judiciary budget may recover

The U.S. Congress has agreed to a budget that will fund the federal government, including the judiciary, through 2015. According to a Dec. 11 blog on the Legal Times, the agreement could ease at least some of the cuts to the judiciary’s budget. The blog noted that, as Congress debated budget issues in fall, both houses approved budgets that would, “at a minimum, roughly restore money to the judiciary to pre-sequestration levels.”

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