The House appears prepared to grant the Justice Department’s first directly requested increase in appropriations for judicial protection in several years.
The U.S. Marshals Service made the request earlier this year, asking for a $4.8 million bump in funding for its judicial protection operations and intelligence initiative to add 19 new positions, including 13 agents.
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