The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has released a high-profile grand jury report documenting decades of child sexual abuse within several Catholic diocese across the state.

The release of the report has been closely watched over the past few months, as the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office and several of those named in the report fought over whether it could be made public. Although the report released Tuesday is redacted, the Supreme Court is set to hear arguments about whether an unredacted copy can be released.

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