Boy Scouts Insurers Seek to Delay $2.5B Abuse Deal

A group of Boy Scouts’ insurers on Friday asked a judge to delay the youth group’s exit from bankruptcy to allow them more time to appeal a record-setting $2.46 billion settlement of sexual abuse claims.

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