Investigators were unable to determine who provided Prince the fentanyl painkillers, disguised as counterfeit prescription tablets, that killed the megastar in 2016. Dr. Michael T. Schulenberg will pay a $30,000 fine as part of a settlement with the DEA.
The statement requested that "they cease all use immediately" after "Purple Rain" was heard in news footage from a rally in Mississippi.
Honorary doctorate was given to the late music icon in an hourlong ceremony full of live performances.
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In a ceremony Wednesday night University of Minnesota regent Darrin Rosha and president Eric Kaler presented an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters to Prince's sister, Tyka Nelson.
The coveted 1983 recording features solo piano work and an embryonic "Purple Rain."
"We want justice to be served," said one fan who worked on the petition.
Suit seeks many millions in compensation; sales over internet have been going on since 2016, the year Prince died.
A group of fans plans to present next month to state and federal law enforcement the petition demanding a grand jury investigation.