(MANNING, S.C.) -- South Carolina Attorney General Henry McMaster has been ordered to hand over any correspondence he or his office has had with Governor-elect Nikki Haley in connection with her late tax filings.
According to The State, the order comes as a result of a ruling by Judge Tommy Cooper, with McMaster also being instructed to do the same with any correspondence about Rep. Kris Crawford's late tax filings. The AG has to hand over e-mails, text messages, or any other forms of communication.
Crawford has been charged with failing to file a state tax return on almost $2 million in income. Haley on the other hand filed her taxes late. Crawford faces criminal charges, while Haley does not.
McMaster has up to December 10 to hand over the correspondence.
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