SR 15 Urges the U.S. Congress to amend federal law to require income tax disclosure by presidential candidates and to require psychological screening for presidential candidates
Sponsor: Chappelle-Nadal
LR Number: 6873S.04I Fiscal Notes
Committee: Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions and Ethics
Last Action: 9/14/2018 - Referred S Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions and Ethics Committee Journal Page: S37
Title: Calendar Position: 2
Effective Date: Upon adoption

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SR 15 - This resolution urges the U.S. Congress to amend federal law to require that every presidential candidate must disclose his or her federal income tax returns for the ten most recent taxable years. The resolution further urges that federal law be amended to require every presidential candidate to undergo a psychological screening to determine the mental fitness of the person for the position of president of the United States, and that such screening shall be completed by a psychologist independently chosen by Walter Reed National Medical Center and the results of such screening shall be made public.

JIM ERTLE