The tentative settlement between the Boy Scouts of America and its sexual abuse survivors is one of the largest in U.S. history. But the national organization had filed for bankruptcy in the winter of 2020. So just how much will survivors receive and is the settlement adequate? John Yang reports with attorney Kenneth Rothweiler, who represents about 16,000 claimants and negotiated the settlement.
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