|Treasury Secretary Mnuchin has announced he will not turn over President Trump's tax returns to the House committee requesting them, even though the law cited in the subpoena for those returns requires him to do so (the law says he "shall" provide them, not "may" provide them). So now the House committee may have to go to court to enforce the subpoena.|
Or maybe not. The NY Senate today passed a bill that would allow NY to provide state tax returns to any of three Congressional committees that request them. It's expected to pass in the Democrat-controlled Assembly next week and be signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo, who previously said he would not sign a bill that targeted Trump specifically. The bill doesn't mention Trump by name - it applies to the tax returns of ANY NY resident.