Washington State The Senate ran a bill this week which left President Trump Donald John TrumpColorado signs the popular national voting bill of the law Replies Tree of Life rabbi for New Zealand attack: Like & 'Horror movie again' Graham says he will want Rosenstein's 25th Amendment MORE from the state's 2020 presidential ballot until he releases his tax returns.
The bill, which promoted Tuesday's House of Representatives of the state, according to CBS News, requires no candidate of the president's state in the five-year state to release tax returns before appearing at a general election or at a primary election
Senators voted with a 28-21
"It is likely that there will be a Constitutional Constitution," Both wrote to legislators, according to CBS, adding that the measure would "certainly challenge in court."
The Democrats who supported the bill say that the provision was necessary to return to procedures for the release of presidential candidates' tax returns.
"Although a tax return was released as the norm for the past 40 years in presidential elections, unfortunately we have seen that norm," said Mr Patty Kuderer (D), who sponsored the bill, according to CBS.
Republicans argued, however, that the state was going into suspicious territory by imposing rules on a federal election.
"We have a very dangerous land and we want to give a ditions at a federal election," Sen. said. Hans Zeiger (R), according to CBS.
Trump meant controversy during the 2016 campaign when he refused to release his tax returns, claiming he was being investigated by the IRS. In recent weeks, the Democratic Parties in the House have said that they could proceed with Trump's returns in the hope that they will investigate the president's finances for criminal activity.
A similar Bill was recently promoted in the New Jersey state Senate.