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Ind. Appeals Panel Hears Welfare Lawsuit

INDIANAPOLIS (AP): Judges on the state Court of Appeals are deciding whether a lower court was right in awarding $52 million to IBM over a failed welfare privatization project. Former Governor Mitch Daniels outsourced the intake of welfare clients to a team of private contractors led by IBM in 2006. He canceled the 10-year, $1.37 billion contract with IBM in 2009.

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