By Gretchen Schuldt
The coronavirus relief bill signed by President Trump last month was the fifth longest bill in the history of the United States, according to govtrack.us. The bill actually deals with a lot more than the COVID crisis and $600 stimulus checks.
It funds the government for the next fiscal year, including the Department of Justice and all of its many arms and related agencies; federal courts, the Department of Homeland Security, and a host of justice-related entities.
Below are some highlights from the Department of Justice's general administration section. The information and quotes are taken from the House Rules Committee Joint Explanatory Statements. We'll be posting more information over the next few weeks.
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