Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed several bills that would have strengthened the enforcement of business tax laws in California.

The state legislature passed a number of bills this session that would have increased tax collection measures after a successful amnesty program brought in billions of dollars in unpaid corporate taxes after threatening bigger penalties for companies that don't pay. Invitations to join the amnesty were sent to thousands of individuals and businesses suspected of hiding profits, bringing in more than $4 billion to the state.

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