Preliminary tally shows Boy Scouts plan falling short of claimant approval

Boy Scouts of America, Chubb and The Hartford

Preliminary voting shows the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) falling short of the 75 percent support it was seeking from sex abuse victims for its near $2.7bn settlement plan to emerge from bankruptcy, a substantial amount of which would be funded by insurers including The Hartford and Chubb.

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