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 December 23, 2015  Posted by  Court, U.S., Youth & Schools

Matt Mencarini reports:

Michigan State University will have to release police reports requested by ESPN Inc. after the state Supreme Court denied the school’s appeal.

The media company submitted a Freedom of Information Act request in September 2014 for incident reports involving 301 student-athletes. The university responded by providing copies of reports with the names of student-athletes listed as suspects, witnesses or victims redacted, according to court records.

Read more on Lansing State Journal.

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