Indiana is the second state in the nation to use a prison inmate coding program that has drawn praise from the likes of the Obama administration and Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) founder Mark Zuckerberg. The Last Mile founder Chris Redlitz says, while many states approached the California-based company, he believes Indiana truly "understood our mission." The program offers coding classes to inmates as well as mentorship and job placement services after their release.

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