President Donald Trump won’t show up on primary ballots in California unless he releases his tax returns, according to a state law enacted Tuesday. Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law a bill requiring all presidential candidates to submit five years of income tax filings by late November in order to appear on the presidential [
We're thrilled to see the far-left in America has the same respect for the Democratic process as their forebears did (for a reference to their forebears, see here).
On Tuesday, Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill requiring President Trump to either release his tax returns or he won't appear on the ballot in the state.
Calif Gov. Gavin Newsom
Under SB 27, called the "Presidential Tax Transparency and Accountability Act," any candidate running for president or governor in California must...
California enacted a law this week that requires presidential candidates to submit five years of income-tax filings to be eligible for the state's primary ballot, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The law's passage comes amid President Donald Trump's years-long refusal to release his own tax returns because he claims they're under audit.
The law will likely be hotly-contested in the courts as Trump's defenders say the law violates his First Amendment right of association.