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A Model State: Florida’s Legislative Turnaround on Immigration
Florida’s changing demographics and immigrant advocacy are helping its legislators reconsider where they stand on immigration reform.


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Travel Employment Growth Pauses in August
Travel Employment Growth Pauses in August Fri, 2014-09-05 David Huether, senior vice president of research and economics at the U.S. Travel Association, provides analysis on today's Labor Department announcement that the U.S. economy added 142,000 jobs in August while the unemployment rate was little changed at 6.1 percent. David Huether, senior vice president of research and economics at the U.S. Travel Association, provides analysis on today's Labor Department announcement that the U.S. economy added 142,000 jobs in August while the unemployment rate was little changed at 6.1 percent: "Consistent with the slowest overall employment gain of the past eight months, travel industry employment edged down slightly by 1,800 jobs last month. Similar to previous years, short-term slowdowns in travel employment at end of the summer are not uncommon and i


Tours with bite: Getting swamped in the South
Get up-close and personal with alligators and the bayou by airboat, barge or kayak.        
Children Fleeing Central American Violence Need Access to Lawyers
The United States should provide legal representation for Central American child refugees, many of who have legitimate claims for relief. Doing so would be cost effective and reduce the backlog in immigration courts.


Inside the Carnival ships that made cruising history
The Mardi Gras, Carnivale and Festivale set Carnival on a path to dominance.        


Violence Is Causing Children to Flee Central America
Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador have some of the highest levels of violence in Central America. These conditions are causing tens of thousands of children and families to take refuge in the United States and neighboring countries.


Savannah sweets: Ice cream and movie fans love Leopold's
The ice cream is all made fresh daily, including the Tutti Frutti flavor, invented here in 1919.         
Three national food tours coming your way
Food tours make way to major cities in the form of food trucks, star chef visits and more.         


Video: 5 Facts You Need to Know About Immigrants and Our Economy
While Congress continues to dither on immigration reform, here are five facts you need to know about immigrants and our economy.


Las Vegas' exclusive weekend events
We've tracked down the hottest weekend happenings from Oktoberfest to a Diana Ross show.         


Travel Among Most Potent U.S. Exports, Study Finds
Travel Among Most Potent U.S. Exports, Study Finds Inbound Visitation At or Near Top of Key Trade Metrics Wed, 2014-09-10 When one thinks of an "export," one normally thinks of objects that are boxed and loaded onto container ships in Galveston or Long Beach, like manufacturing or agricultural products. But since it involves the consumption of U.S. goods and services with foreign currency, international travel and tourism falls into the "export" category as well—and it greatly outperforms most other U.S. industries in that capacity, according to a new study from the U.S. Travel Association. When one thinks of an "export," one normally thinks of objects that are boxed and loaded onto container ships in Galveston or Long Beach, like manufacturing or agricultural products. But since it involves the
Fantasy camps: Get a taste of a different life
Now that summer's over, it's the adults' turn to head off to camp and live out a dream.         


Travel Leaders Welcome TSA Fee Fix
Travel Leaders Welcome TSA Fee Fix House-Passed Bill Corrects Overcharging for Multiple Flight Stops Wed, 2014-09-17 The bill corrects a fundamental flaw in the most recent adjustment to the TSA fee, which caused some travelers to be charged the fee more than once-in some cases more than $20 extra-if their trip consisted of one or more flight connection. TSA's activities are obviously vital, but the travel community objected to the agency's implementation phase of the fee change, and we're grateful to Transportation Security Subcommittee Chairman Richard Hudson for seeing through this effort to correct it. U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow issued the following statement on House passage of H.R. 5462, which would cap a fee charged on air passengers to fund Transportation Security


How to get married in Cozumel
Cozumel woos lovers with Mexico's legendary culture and a Caribbean dash of sultry romance.        


U.S. Travel Exports Continue To Grow Twice as Fast as Other Exports
U.S. Travel Exports Continue To Grow Twice as Fast as Other Exports Thu, 2014-09-04 David Huether, senior vice president for research and economics at the U.S. Travel Association, comments on today’s trade data released by the Commerce Department's Bureau of Economic Analysis. David Huether, senior vice president for research and economics at the U.S. Travel Association, comments on today’s trade data released by the Commerce Department's Bureau of Economic Analysis: "Although travel exports edged down slightly in July to $19.1 billion, travel imports remained essentially unchanged at $12.4 billion, resulting in a continuing healthy travel trade surplus of $6.7 billion. "Compared to July 2013 travel exports are up 8.1 percent—more than double the 3.9 percent rise in other exports of goods and services over the previous 12 months. Not onl



 
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