A coalition of progressive groups on Thursday released a letter urging the Democratic-led Assembly to approve a bill that is meant to provide Congressional Democrats with access to President Donald Trump’s New York tax filings.

The groups, led under the banner of Stand Up America, released the letter days after the Democratic conference discussed the bill in a closed-door meeting on Monday. Lawmakers expect there is sufficient support in the conference to pass the bill.

“The undersigned organizations, on behalf of our members and communities, urge you to work with your conference to swiftly pass the New York State TRUST Act (A7194) in the Assembly and send it to Governor Cuomo’s desk to be signed into law,” wrote the coalition in its letter to Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie.

“This bill is a critical piece of legislation that would not only allow Congress to investigate President Trump and his various financial entanglements, but would also allow the American people to hold him accountable for his deeply troubling conflicts of interests.”

House Democrats are trying to review the president’s federal tax filing, which he has so far refused to release, as part of a broader investigation into his business’s finances.

Heastie said on Tuesday the Assembly is likely to pass a bill that seeks to curb the reach of the president’s pardon powers in order to allow New York prosecutors to bring cases against former administration officials.

Both the pardon bill and the tax legislation have previously passed in the Democratic-controlled state Senate.