The U.S. Treasury Department is looking to add "marijuana-related businesses" to the list of markets it monitors, reported Marijuana Moment.

The Treasury's Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) first announced in June that it planned to collect data on cannabis businesses from banks as part of an annual Risk Summary Form (RSF) in an effort to put curb money laundering. Earlier this week, the agency sent the White House its proposal to begin the process.

"The RSF collects data about different products, services, customers, and geographies," according to OCC's notice published in the Federal Register earlier this week. The agency tracks other businesses, such as liquor stores, convenience stores, casinos and …

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