WASHINGTON -- Legislation that President Clinton is scheduled to sign Friday will curb money laundering while reducing bank paperwork, Treasury officials said Tuesday.

The new law will allow authorities to zero in on suspect cash transactions, said Ronald K. Noble, the Department of Treasury's undersecretary for enforcement.

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