The federal judiciary is seeking an additional $7 million in emergency supplemental funding from Congress as it anticipates the coronavirus will impact courts for the next three months, the chair of the Judicial Conference’s executive committee said Tuesday.

U.S. District Judge Claire Eagan of the Northern District of Oklahoma, who chairs the conference’s executive committee, told reporters after the Judicial Conference met remotely Tuesday that the judiciary made the request for the supplemental funding Monday.

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