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BOSTON (AP) — Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has posted 10 years of her tax returns online.
The decision to release the federal and state returns on Wednesday came a day after the Massachusetts Democrat called for sweeping anti-corruption laws in Washington. It’s also another possible signal that Warren may be laying the groundwork for a run for president in 2020.
The Huffington Post further reported:
A bill crafted by Warren would require the IRS to release tax returns for congressional candidates from the previous two years and during each year in office. It also would create a lifetime ban on presidents, members of Congress and other officeholders from working as lobbyists.
Warren’s 2017 federal returns show the former Harvard University law professor and her husband Bruce Mann, who still works as a Harvard Law School professor, reported an adjusted gross income of $913,000. The returns listed their total tax as $268,484 and their total payments as $302,227. The couple was eligible for a refund of almost $34,000.
Thursday, Warren tweeted, “I just introduced a set of major reforms to #EndCorruptionNow so we can take power in Washington away from the wealthy, powerful, and well-connected who have corrupted our government, and put power back in the hands of the American people.”
I just introduced a set of major reforms to #EndCorruptionNow so we can take power in Washington away from the wealthy, powerful, and well-connected who have corrupted our government, and put power back in the hands of the American people.https://t.co/wVXTbhiKZy
— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) August 23, 2018
Senator Elizabeth Warren posts 10 years of her tax returns online, revealing she’s made up to $1.5million annually https://t.co/daw8JHfe3u
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) August 23, 2018
Tax returns released by Senator (and possible presidential candidate) Elizabeth Warren are now available from the Presidential Tax Return website, hosted by the Tax History Project https://t.co/KfKF1tgbTe pic.twitter.com/3YslDaPuAf
— Joe Thorndike (@jthorndike) August 23, 2018
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— CNBC (@CNBC) August 23, 2018
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced a massive new anti-corruption bill that includes requiring all presidential candidates to release their tax returns and a lifetime ban on lobbying for former lawmakers. https://t.co/t92kGamV9n
— NPR Politics (@nprpolitics) August 21, 2018