Albany, N.Y. - The state Senate has passed a bill that could end up shedding light on President Trump's tax returns.
The legislation would allow New York's tax commissioner to share return information if it's requested by congressional committees. The current law already allows tax returns to be shared with federal and state agencies.
The Assembly is expected to debate the proposal on Monday. It's not clear yet if Governor Cuomo would sign the law if it gets to his desk. He expressed some initial concerns about the bill.