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A number of Republican Party officials and Trump advisers are studying a trend that has received scant national media coverage but could pose a jarring dilemma for the president: Will Trump have to choose between releasing his tax returns and having his name on the ballot in some blue states for the 2020 election?
Driving the news: Illinois’ state senate recently passed a bill that would require people running for president or vice president to disclose their tax returns from the past five years.
The article goes on to state the following:
The big picture: Illinois is not alone. Per the National Conference of State Legislatures…
“As of February 20, 2017 legislators in 18 states (Arizona, California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia) have introduced bills” to require “future presidential candidates to disclose income tax returns in order to be placed on the general election ballot.”
Legislators in 18 states have introduced bills requiring presidential candidates to release 5 years of tax returns in order to be listed on the general election ballot.
The potential scenario is giving Trump allies pause. https://t.co/N4MkUuuWHX
— Axios (@axios) April 22, 2019
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