Sunday, Republican governor Tom Corbett of Pennsylvania said he supported a change in law, to pass this year; but that the head coach had followed all legal requirements at the time, according to his attorney general, Detroit Free Press story.
Update: Nov. 18
Check the editorial and opposing view on "Reporting Requirements" in the USA Today, p. 12A, Nov. 18. USA Today supports reporting requirements on everyone and considers the practical risk of false reports or abuse low. There seems to exist an emerging viewpoint that institutions (since they circle the wagons) and professionals alone can't protect the vulnerable; only individual citizens can.
The debate reminds me that "failure to report" is usually a violation of school Honor Codes.