Larry Nassar

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Lawmakers continue to focus on bills aimed at sexual assault prevention in response to Larry Nassar. Nassar is the former doctor who told patients he was treating them, when he was actually sexually assaulting them.


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Some doctors in Michigan are concerned about unintended consequences to their profession if state lawmakers pass some sexual assault bills they’re considering.


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State lawmakers want to hit universities in their pocketbooks if they don’t follow certain sexual assault policies.


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The state Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs has revoked the medical license of Larry Nassar.


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A state House inquiry found that Michigan State University did not protect its students from convicted sex offender Larry Nassar. He’s the former MSU sports doctor who sexually assaulted patients for years under the guise of treatment.


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