Bloomberg Law: Senate Judiciary Committee Approves Bill to Make PACER Free

Bloomberg Law: Senate Judiciary Committee Approves Bill to Make PACER Free. “The Senate Judiciary Committee approved bipartisan legislation Thursday designed to make U.S. court documents free to the general public. Committee members of both parties asked to be included as cosponsors of the measure (S. 2614) that would require the federal judiciary to create a new PACER system that would be free for public use. The system currently requires fees of 10 cents per search, 10 cents per page, and a cap of $3 on documents. The first $30 of usage is waived.”

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