SAN ANTONIO - The government is making it easier for banks to report suspicious transactions, according to a Federal Reserve Board official.

A revised criminal referral form - designed by the Treasury Department and the banking agencies to detect money laundering - is slated to be unveiled in May. Implementation may take a few months more.

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