The judge who heard counter lawsuits filed by the state of Indiana and IBM says neither party deserved to win.
Attorneys made their closing arguments in court regarding the dispute between the state and IBM, which was hired to remodel Indiana's welfare system.
After five weeks of testimony, the lawsuit between the state and IBM is drawing to a close.
The trial State of Indiana v. IBM began Monday. Governor Mitch Daniels will not testify in the case.
Indiana canceled a contract with IBM to process its welfare applications. IBM is suing for money it says the state owes the company.
The author of the bill that would have mandated drug testing for welfare recipients say he hopes to include it in another bill this session.
The passage of right-to-work was the big news this week at the statehouse, but the legislature also passed some other prominent bills.
Legislators will consider a bill next year to ban the use of Electronic Benefit Transfer cards at strip clubs.