A U.S. Senate vote has moved the Travel Promotion Act one step closer to becoming law. The act, designed to attract more international visitors to the U.S., provides for the creation of a nonprofit, public-private partnership charged with promoting international travel to the United States and educating foreign travelers about the documents they need to enter the country. The Senate passed the Act (S. 1023) September 9 by a vote of 79-19. “The United States Senate … took a giant step toward ...

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