DALLAS -- The Oklahoma City school board is blaming its financial adviser, Stifel, Nicolaus & Co., for the district's participation in a controversial cash management program that led to an Internal Revenue Service claim for arbitrage rebate and has demanded the company fork over damages.

"It was a problem we had not created," said Cleeta John Rogers, the district's general counsel. "We wanted them to take over the IRS problem."

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