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The Boy Scouts of America’s Proposed Plan of Reorganization has won overwhelming support from survivors of past abuse in Scouting, with more than 85% voting to approve the Plan. If approved by the Court in the confirmation hearing beginning next week, the Plan is set to establish the largest sexual abuse compensation fund in the history of the United States. Read more here.


As a result of extensive mediated negotiations, the BSA has reached agreements with The Hartford and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (TCJC) that provide for The Hartford’s contribution of $787 million and TCJC contribution of $250 million to the proposed Settlement Trust to compensate survivors. The amended Plan also solidifies a path forward to ensure that Chartered Partners are represented in the BSA’s financial restructuring process. Read more here.