With hundreds of men and boys looking to sue the shuttered Glen Mills Schools, a Philadelphia judge has agreed to consolidate the litigation into a mass tort program.

Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Arnold New on Monday issued a one-paragraph order granting a motion seeking to consolidate litigation against the school, where boys and young men were alleged to have been abused by staffers and fellow students for decades.

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