WASHINGTON - A House subcommittee has begun delving into new forms of electronic money for the first time, but the message it is getting from the private sector has a familiar antiregulatory ring.

At a hearing Tuesday, the first of a series on "The Future of Money" scheduled by House Banking Committee member Michael Castle, the architects of several technologically advanced transaction systems argued against the need for immediate legislative action.

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