The New York state Senate is set to take up a bill on Wednesday that would allow state officials to release ’s state tax returns to Congress, and the lawmaker behind the legislation is confident it has the votes to pass.
State Sen. Brad Hoylman’s bill would allow the New York tax commissioner to release any state tax return requested by one of three congressional committees for any “.”
In other words, Congress could finally get Trump’s tax returns.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin denied a request from House Democrats this week to share six years worth of Trump’s . His state returns should contain similar financial information. Trump is the first president not to release his personal tax returns.