Senate Committee Passes Travel Promotion Act

The Senate Commerce Committee last week approved the Travel Promotion Act, a five-year plan to attract more international visitors to the United States.
The act provides for the creation of a nonprofit, public-private partnership—with an annual budget of up to $200 million a year—charged with promoting international travel into the United States, as well as better educating foreign visitors about documentation needed to enter the country.

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