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The Road Ahead: What’s Next for Hospitality

The Road Ahead: What’s Next for Hospitality

Throughout 2015, the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) achieved significant milestones on behalf of its 23,000-strong membership. At the heart of these successes is a core mission of proactive advocacy, which allowed us to move the needle on multiple ...

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Showing Lawmakers the Heart of the Industry

Showing Lawmakers the Heart of the Industry

“Tell your stories about how you are job creators and how you employ people in your communities… Share your desires to hire more people and expand your business, and tell them about how many people you employ in their district.” ...

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Congressional Delays Stifle Industry Progress

Congressional Delays Stifle Industry Progress

Whether planning for vacation, business, or other travel, millions of Americans depend on the hotel and lodging industry to provide valuable services while they are away from home. Hotels can offer everything from a comfortable room and a place to ...

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Proposed Overtime Rules and the Impact on Hotels

Proposed Overtime Rules and the Impact on Hotels

Employing nearly 2 million people in communities across America and contributing billions of dollars in business travel revenue, the hotel and lodging industry remains a force to be reckoned with as our economy continues its recovery from the Great Recession. ...

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Senators Klobuchar and Lee Question Orbitz, Expedia Merger

Senators Klobuchar and Lee Question Orbitz, Expedia Merger

WASHINGTON, D.C.—U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Mike Lee (R-UT) today called on the Department of Justice (DOJ) to closely scrutinize the proposed acquisition of Orbitz by Expedia. Online travel agencies serve an important role in encouraging a competitive market ...

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