WASHINGTON — After years out of the spotlight due to the financial crisis, anti-money-laundering issues returned to Capitol Hill on Wednesday as lawmakers raised renewed concerns about the supervision of money-services businesses.

A House Financial Services subcommittee held a hearing on a bill by Rep. Spencer Bachus, the lead panel Republican, which would create an office within the Treasury to monitor Bank Secrecy Act compliance of MSBs.

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