(The Hill) - The New Jersey state Senate on Thursday overwhelmingly voted to pass a bill that would keep presidential candidates off the states 2020 ballot unless they release their tax returns. According to the Courier Post the Democratic-controlled state Senate passed the measure along party lines in a 23-11 vote on Thursday sending the bill to the Assembly committee and full legislature for a vote before it heads to the desk of Gov. Phil Murphy (D) for consideration. Read More
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