The group that created the Uniform Commercial Code expects to complete a standard state licensing requirement for check cashers and other nonbanks by January.

Tom Bolt, who chairs the committee writing the standard for the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, said Friday the move is designed to curtail money laundering by making it harder for unscrupulous businessmen to run check cashing outlets.

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