Washington Post: Federal court leaders agree to refund fees for online records

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Ann E. Marimow


Consumers, Freedom of the Press

This excerpt is from a piece that originally ran on October 11, 2022.

The National Veterans Legal Services Program, National Consumer Law Center and Alliance for Justice claimed that the dime-per-page fee unlawfully exceeded the cost of running the system. The proposed settlement is estimated to refund more than 400,000 class members, a group that includes individual users, companies, academics and media organizations.

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