On May 19, 2011, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved a number of fraud measures, including an amended version of S. 623, the Sunshine in Litigation Act, which would require courts to consider public health and safety before granting a protective order or sealing court records and settlement agreements. The panel also approved S. 890, the Fighting Fraud to Protect Taxpayers Act of 2011, which would direct a portion of funds collected by the government in fines and penalties to investigating, prosecuting, and litigating fraud cases; require annual reports on False Claims Act settlements; and make other policy changes.