Lately, we’ve been writing a series of profiles in our newswire about newly-elected state society chairpeople, probing them about their states’ particular concerns as well as their individual goals for the year.

Invariably, they’ve touched on the accounting-related scandals, noting that they will keep a close eye on any legislation brewing in their states that might unfairly try to implement Sarbanes-Oxley type strictures at the state level or on private or nonprofit companies.

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