NY State Senate Passes Bill To Allow Release of Trump’s State Tax Returns

#NYSenate Bill S5072A was passed Wednesday allowing state officials to provide Congress with the state tax returns of President Trump, state and other federal elected officials (and) another bill passed curtailing the impact of Presidential pardons. HuffPo – “The TRUST Act, sponsored by state Sen. Brad Hoylman, would let the New York tax commissioner release any state tax return requested by one of three congressional committees for any “specific and legitimate legislative purpose.” Those committees include the House Ways and Means Committee, the Senate Finance Committee and the Joint Committee on Taxation…” The New York Times – Trump Faces Pressure From N.Y. Lawmakers Over Tax Returns – The State Senate passed bills to create a path to release Mr. Trump’s state tax returns, and to curtail the impact of presidential pardons in New York.

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