Trump struck the Carrier deal in the dark. An Indiana group is suing to change that.

Maybe it happened in person. Or by phone. Or through email. Kerwin Olson wanted to know how the incoming president of the United States struck a deal to save the jobs of hundreds of workers in his city — seemingly in the span of a week. That’s why Olson, director of the Citizens Action Coalition, a left-leaning Indiana nonprofit organization, filed a public records request in December for communications between President Trump’s team and former Indiana governor Mike Pence’s office regarding Carr...

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