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Banking Across the Border – South: Dollars can be a dirty word at banks on US-Mexico border

Banking Across the Border – South: Dollars can be a dirty word at banks on US-Mexico border

The clamor to crack down on laundering drug money was loud in 2010 when Wachovia National Bank was found to have let $110 million from Mexico be sent through its accounts. It grew two years later when HSBC Holdings PLC agreed to pay $1.9 billion to settle violations that included letting hundreds of millions of dollars from drug cartels flow through one of the world’s largest banks.

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Ducey names five to Board of Education (access required)

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Gov. Doug Ducey named five new members to the Arizona Board of Education, perhaps the most eagerly awaited appointments the new governor has to make, thanks the board’s role in adopting the controversial K-12 education standards known as Common Core.

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