(BALTIMORE SUN) -- The Maryland Senate on Monday night passed a bill to require president and vice presidential candidates to release their tax returns if they wish to appear on the state's ballots.
The move, a direct assault on President Donald Trump, drew harsh criticism from Republicans and some Democrats.
“Show me in the Constitution where it says that’s a qualification for being president of the United States,” said Sen. James Brochin, a Baltimore County Democrat. “We can’t go along and make up rules when we don’t like the president of the United States.”
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