Active California lawyers would pay $535 in annual licensing fees next year under reworked legislation expected to be voted on by the state Senate during the final week of May.

The fee amount, included in amendments to the annual fee bill, SB 176, hews closely to recommendations made in an April report by state Auditor Elaine Howle, who found that the state bar’s original proposed bill of more than $800 was too high.

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