The investigation of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal at Michigan State University is not over, and the Michigan Attorney General’s office is putting renewed public pressure on the school to waive its attorney-client privilege over documents related to the scandal.

Newly elected state Attorney General Dana Nessel held her first public press conference Thursday, addressing Michigan State along with the state’s Flint water crisis and clergy abuse in the Catholic Church. She said her office is still trying to find out who knew what and when about Nassar, a university sports doctor found guilty and imprisoned for assaulting young female athletes for over two decades.

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