DALLAS -- U.S. Treasury officials on Thursday said they plan to open their computerized records of currency transactions filed by banks to Texas law enforcement officers.

The unprecedented move is aimed at cracking down on money laundering, according to officials speaking at a House Banking Committee hearing in San Antonio.

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