Chicago — Illinois has passed a law that toughens the ethics requirements and disciplinary enforcement for CPAs there.
S.B. 2108 passed in a 43-6 Senate vote in early July and was signed by the governor the same day. The bill’s passage was lauded by the Illinois CPA Society, which actively promoted the legislation.
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