Disadvantaged schools in five more states and the District of Columbia stand to benefit from the latest round of antitrust settlements from Microsoft Corp.

Microsoft agreed to settle class-action antitrust and unfair competition lawsuits brought by customers in these regions for vouchers worth $200 million. The settlements, announced Oct. 28, would end those lawsuits in Kansas, North Carolina, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Tennessee, in addition to Washington, D.C.

The cases involve customers who joined in class actions alleging that Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft violated state antitrust laws and laws


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