Are Mitt Romney's Tax Returns Fair Game?
Amid calls for Mitt Romney to reveal more financial information, should presidential candidates be required to disclose their income tax returns?
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has released his 2010 tax return and an estimate of his 2011 return, but for some critics, that's not enough.
Presidential candidates aren't required to disclose their tax returns, as Reuters points out, although it's become common practice. Obama and Vice President Joe Biden have released tax returns dating back to 2000, and Romney's father, George, released 12 years of returns when he ran for president back in 1968.
What's your take?
Should Romney and other presidential candidates be forced to release their tax returns?
Is this information too personal, or too important for voters to be kept private?
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