By  on March 26, 2012

WASHINGTON — A bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation Monday that would reform outdated visa laws and cut down on the red tape hindering tens of thousands of visitors from coming to the U.S. and depriving retailers of potential sales.

Major retailers have been lobbying the Obama administration to ease visa rules so that tourists, especially those from fast-growing economies such as China and Brazil, can more easily visit the U.S. and spend their money on luxury goods and fashion items here rather than in Europe.

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