The U.S. Treasury and Justice departments want to require states to collect more information about the owners of corporations and limited liability companies to help crack down on domestic shell companies that launder money and help finance terrorists.
That effort is putting law enforcement officials at loggerheads with state treasurers, the business community and the American Bar Association.
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