The New York Legislature on Wednesday passed a measure that would provide an avenue for the US Congress to get access to President Donald Trump’s state tax returns, three years after he broke with decades of electoral tradition by refusing to release those filings publicly.

The measure, which consists of two bills, will now head to Gov. Andrew Cuomo for approval, after which Congress could ask for copies of Trump’s tax returns immediately.

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