From Fix The Court:

“As the judiciary often notes, it’s true that a large percentage of PACER’s revenue comes from commercial enterprises that can afford it. But it’s also certain that too large a number comes from pro se litigants, reporters, researchers and interested members of the public who cannot,” said Anthony Marcum, a governance fellow at the R Street Institute. “This announcement implies that without congressional intervention, an increased fee waiver is as far as the judiciary is willing to go to make PACER affordable. That’s not good enough.”

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