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The latest on mediation between Michigan State and Larry Nassar's victims

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Emma Winowiecki
Michigan Radio
Where will MSU go from here?

This week, Michigan State University's interim president John Engler announced the school was returning to mediation with victims of Larry Nassar, saying "The university remains committed to reaching a fair settlement with all the survivors."

But at the same time, MSU lawyers were trying again to dismiss the numerous federal lawsuits the university facing.

Matt Mencarini of the Lansing State Journal joined Stateside to discuss why mediation is restarting, what the new motion to dismiss addresses, what billing statements to the university reveal, and where state bills created in Nassar's wake now stand.

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