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An Indiana judge has ordered the governor’s office to release emails between Vice President Mike Pence, from his time as governor in the state, and then-President elect Trump regarding a deal with Carrier Corporation.

Marion County Judge Heather Welch gave Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb (R), who replaced Vice President Mike Pence as governor when he became the vice president, 30 days to deliver the documents, siding with Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana, which first requested the emails in December 2016, according to USA Today.

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The group has said they want the emails in the name of transparency.

Trump frequently singled Carrier out during his presidential campaign over plans to cut 2,100 jobs in Indiana and move them to Mexico. He later worked with Pence to formulate a deal with Carrier that allowed half of those jobs to stay in Indiana in exchange for $7 million in tax incentives and training grants as long as it stayed in Indiana for at least a decade.

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