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New York State Senate Passes Bill to Make Trump's Tax Returns Available to Congress

New York State Senate Passes Bill to Make Trump's Tax Returns Available to Congress

Eoin Higgins, staff writer

Dreams of obtaining President Donald Trump's tax returns may be a bit closer for House Democrats—the New York state Senate passed a bill Wednesday clearing the way for their release by the state's Department of Taxation and Finance.

The TRUST Act passed the state senate by a 39 to 21 vote and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, has said he will sign it. The bill goes to the state Assembly for discussion and a vote Monday.

In a statement, advocacy group Stand Up America said it hoped that the assembly passes the bill quickly.

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Ex post facto.

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Trumpenstein is like a drunk crashing a wedding party and then clawing at the brides wedding dress.
Trump is unraveling the government norms at a blistering pace. But to what end. We assume that when a sane president is put in the White House they will return to most of our norms, and undue as much crap as possible that Trump has f----d up.
So all that T has done is done out of hatred, spite, and his other mental defects.