WASHINGTON -- House Banking Committee Chairman Henry B. Gonzalez has introduced a money laundering bill that would reduce currency reports by banks and increase regulations for check cashers and casinos.

The Anti-Money-Laundering Act of 1993 would exempt banks and other financial institutions from filing currency reports on businesses that routinely conduct transactions in excess of $ 10,000.

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