The Democrat-controlled New Jersey Legislature is the first in the nation to pass a presidential tax return bill. The measure would prevent presidential and vice presidential candidates from appearing on the November ballot in the Garden State unless they disclose their latest tax returns, going back five years. The bill would apply to the 2020 election and beyond. It's seen as pushback against President Trump's refusal to release his tax returns, as a candidate. Governor Christie is expected to veto the bill.