NASBA’s legislative tracking network was created specifically for Boards of Accountancy to monitor legislative bills that affect the regulation of the accounting profession, as well as any amendments made to a bill during the legislative process. To begin using the system, click on any “green” state or jurisdiction (green=active legislation) in the map to see a list of legislative bills from that particular state/jurisdiction. Once the list appears, the title of each bill is a link to the legislation.
Click here to view only high-priority legislation being tracked. Once the list appears, either scroll down to find your state or jurisdiction, or click on any blue state or jurisdiction on the map (blue indicates active high priority legislation) to take you directly to that state/jurisdiction’s listing.
“High-priority” includes legislation that either has a direct impact on the regulation of the accounting profession, or legislation that contains existing statutory language that, if amended during the legislative process, could have an impact on the regulation of the accounting profession.
Pre-determined searches, by subject matter, have been created for ease of use. Click on the link below to view legislation in a particular content area.
Disclaimer: NASBA’s Legislation Tracking program is a service provided by NASBA to its members. Though every effort is made to ensure this system is as comprehensive as possible, it may not be an exhaustive list of every bill or regulatory matter that may have an impact on the regulation of the accounting profession. NASBA, its officers, or employees, do not guarantee the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information contained in this program. Users rely on this information at their own risk.