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Stevens Point mayor talks software controversy

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Stevens Point Mayor Andrew Halverson explains why he is upset with a recent decision made by the Departments of Administration and Public Instruction to award a contract to a Minnesota-based company rather than one in his town to provide a state wide network of student information.

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