New York state lawmakers have moved to make President Trump’s tax records available to the U.S. Congress. On Wednesday, New York’s state Senate approved the TRUST Act, which would allow the Department of Taxation to hand over any state tax return requested by certain congressional leaders. The bill faces a vote in the New York Assembly on Monday, where it’s expected to pass, and Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo has promised to sign the legislation.
New York Bill Would Allow Congress to Obtain Trump’s State Tax Records
HeadlineMay 09, 2019