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. U.S. tourism and hospitality leaders have been ...

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