Legislation that would allow U.S. Congress to request President Donald Trump’s state tax returns from an agency in New York and another measure that would allow state prosecutors to bring charges against individuals granted a presidential pardon is expected to pass the New York State Senate, Democrats in Albany said Tuesday.

Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, D-Westchester, told reporters that both bills have the support of the conference and will come to the floor for a vote sometime in the near future, though the timing on that action is unclear at this point.

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