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State Board Report

October 2014

With 10 jurisdictions still technically in regular session (Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Puerto Rico, Guam, and CNMI), and Virginia in special session, of the 235 pieces of “high-priority” legislation potentially impacting the regulation of the accounting profession, which were monitored by NASBA Director of Legislative and Governmental Affairs Director John W. Johnson during the 2014 legislative session, 78 of those bills have already been signed into law.

To view the enacted legislation, once on the Legislative Tracking page, click on the link to view “high-priority legislation signed into law.” Then, either scroll down to find a particular jurisdiction, or click on any blue jurisdiction on the map (blue indicating the high priority legislation has been signed into law) to go directly to that jurisdiction’s listing. Questions or comments about any legislation should be directed to Mr. Johnson at

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