A bill making its way through the Indiana legislature would put new rules on the stores that buy and sell used goods.
Supports of the measure say the requirements would help track and prevent the sale of stolen goods.
Under the bill, those stores would have to keep a log and take pictures of what they buy and who they buy it from.
Stores would also have to hold the items for several days before selling them.
Those that own the used and consignment shops say that it would mean a huge increase in paper work.