Federal judge in CA blocks state from requiring Trump’s taxes

In a win for the Trump campaign, a federal judge in Sacramento issued a temporary injunction blocking CA from requiring presidential candidates to  disclose their taxes returns before appearing on CA’s primary ballot.

US District Court Judge Morrison England, Jr., said that California cannot force candidates to disclose their tax returns as outlined in a new state law. England said he would make his final ruling on the law before October 1.

Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow praised Thursday’s ruling.”We are encouraged that the federal court tentatively concluded that a preliminary injunction should be granted,” he said in a statement. “It remains our position that the law is unconstitutional because states are not permitted to add additional requirements for candidates for president, and that the law violates the Constitution.”

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