Washington (April 29, 2003) - Reiterating its stance against government reformers and their “rush to regulate,” the American Institute of CPAs’ Special Committee On State Regulation endorsed a readiness agenda of communication, education and ongoing development of materials, as the effects of Sarbanes-Oxley wend their way through the states and non-SEC layers of the profession.

“The rush to regulate is not appropriate; a reasonable approach to reform is working,” committee chair Kathy G. Eddy told attendees at the institute’s Spring Council meeting here.

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