Legislation that would provide an avenue for members of Congress to obtain copies of President Donald Trump’s state tax returns took another step toward becoming law in New York on Wednesday after Democrats in the State Senate voted to approve the bill.

The proposal would allow certain members of Congress to request copies of the president’s state tax returns from the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance. It passed along party lines in the Democrat-controlled chamber.

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