WASHINGTON, D.C. — On March 10, Congressman Kevin McCarthy introduced a commonsense bill that requires members of Congress to disclose unpaid tax liabilities and wage garnishments. Simply put, this is an example of governing that ensures transparency in the U.S. House of Representatives. Wednesday, it was reported House Democrats blocked it.
FLOOR ALERT: @HouseDemocrats just blocked @GOPLeader's resolution requiring members to disclose whether they've paid their taxes. Hardworking Americans deserve to know! cc: @RepDLesko @RodneyDavis pic.twitter.com/wC3lxTP0B5
— House Rules Republicans (@RulesReps) March 11, 2020