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MSU's Title IX aide riles victim advocates

Michigan State University is bringing in a Harvard-educated lawyer with roots in Detroit and Southfield to lead the effort to speed up Title IX investigations in the wake of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal.

But advocates for Nassar's victims can't believe Michigan State has hired a firm that has been associated with reported efforts to discredit alleged victims of Harvey Weinstein, the film executive accused by dozens of actresses and models of sexual harassment and assault.


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