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Dirty laundry

9 May 2016 By Gina Chon

Banks want Washington to use provisions in the 2001 homeland security Act to set up a public-private database on suspect currency activity. It may be useful in preventing fraud and catching the bad guys. Lenders have another motive, too: cutting costs and even avoiding big fines.

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