by Chris Isidore @CNNMoney
Some Democratic state senators in New York are trying an end run to get Donald Trump’s taxes into the public view by introducing legislation that would reveal his state tax returns for the last five years.
A separate bill introduced by Hoylman would require anyone appearing on a statewide ballot in New York to release his or her federal tax returns, but that wouldn’t force Trump to release anything until 2020, if he runs for a second term.
- Senate Bill S26 – includes summary, co-sponsors and text of the bill.
- NY Democratic lawmakers hatch plan to get at Trump’s state tax returns (japantimes.co.jp)