A flurry of e-mails and letters arrived just under the deadline for the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s 70-day comment period regarding proposed changes to the audit standard on internal controls over financial reporting.

Just before Christmas, the five-member board unanimously voted to circulate a proposal that would trim the amount of testing required for auditors to evaluate internal controls over the financial reporting process.

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