ASAE Urges Congress to Reconsider Travel Ban

The American Society of Association Executives is urging the U.S. House of Representatives to think twice before voting on a proposal that would ban privately-funded travel for elected officials and congressional staff. This measure reportedly will be under consideration within the first 100 hours of the 110th Congress, when it convenes in January.

John Graham, president and chief executive officer at ASAE, said any proposal should be careful not to lump educational trips to associati

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