New York — The American Institute of CPAs has ramped up its mobility efforts to allow CPAs to practice in other states, with mobility bills enacted now in 12 states and legislation pending in 22 other states.

Seven states — Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Rhode Island, Tennessee and Texas — approved mobility legislation in 2007, and New Mexico enacted it this year. Meanwhile, Washington State, Idaho and Utah have passed such legislation and are awaiting the signatures of their governors.

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