A California state Senate committee canceled a hearing on a bill to allow out-of-state accountants to provide tax services in the state without first notifying the state's Board of Accountancy.
The committee will reportedly hear a compromise bill sometime next week. The bill, in its original version, had already passed through the state Assembly last month by a wide majority.
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