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Michigan State University Agrees to Pay $500 Million to Larry Nassar Victims

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Michigan State University Agrees to Pay $500 Million to Larry Nassar VictimsThe university where Dr. Nassar worked for about 20 years announced the settlement on Wednesday. More than 300 women were included in the lawsuits.
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News video: Michigan State University to Pay $500 Million to Settle Lawsuits With Victims of Larry Nassar

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Michigan State University has agreed to pay $500 million to settle lawsuits brought on by victims of former professor and doctor, Larry Nassar.

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