Members of Congress cannot use taxpayer money to settle sex abuse cases anymore — here's why | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Members of Congress cannot use taxpayer money to settle sex abuse cases anymore — here's why

Members of Congress will no longer be able to use taxpayer money to pay off their settlements in lawsuits involving sexual harassment and abuse according to a deal made in Congress after months of debate.
The agreement between Republicans and Democrats means that members of Congress would have to pay these settlements with their personal funds and not from the government.

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