DALLAS -- Following years of controversy, two Oklahoma City school district taxpayers yesterday filed a lawsuit against the bond underwriter, counsel, and others that profited from a 1990-91 school cash management program that they allege was unlawful and fraudulent.

Filed in Oklahoma County District Court, the lawsuit seeks to collect triple damages on an unspecified amount of profits collected by private businesses involved in the 1990-91 cash management program that has drawn a demand for arbitrage rebate from the Internal Revenue Services. Millions of dollars could be at stake.

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