Legislation being considered in New York could provide a key for disclosure of at least some of President Donald Trump’s tax returns.
Trump, citing concerns over audits, has chosen to keep his federal tax documents private since his entrance into politics nearly four years ago. Since Democrats took control of the U.S. House of Representatives in January, they have begun efforts to surface those returns.
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