WASHINGTON — Retail executives are urging federal lawmakers to pass legislation making organized retail crime a federal crime and stepping up restrictions on online auction sites used to fence stolen retail goods. The executives addressed three ORC bills currently under consideration in Congress late last month in a conference call hosted by the Coalition Against Organized Retail Crime, one day before a hearing on those bills before the House Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on Crime, ...

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