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House Passes 40-Hour Bill

House Passes 40-Hour Bill

The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) today praised the U.S. House of Representatives for passing the “Save American Workers Act of 2015,” sponsored by Rep. Todd Young and Rep. Dan Lipinski. According to AH&LA, this legislation addresses a flaw ...

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Patent Reform Can’t Wait

Patent Reform Can’t Wait

As we look ahead to the new Congress, there is much speculation about gridlock and entrenched political warfare. However, both parties should find common ground in ending the egregious abuses of our patent system by so-called patent trolls. Patent trolls ...

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Google, Microsoft Oppose Hotels Blocking Personal Wi-Fi

Google, Microsoft Oppose Hotels Blocking Personal Wi-Fi

Microsoft and Google have teamed up in support of guests who want to use personal Wi-Fi hotspots in hotels. The companies joined the wireless industry’s lobbying group and other parties in opposing the hotel industry’s petition, which seeks the Federal ...

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AH&LA, AAHOA Sue Los Angeles Over Minimum Wage Law

AH&LA, AAHOA Sue Los Angeles Over Minimum Wage Law

The American Hotel & Lodging Association and the Asian American Hotel Owners Association are suing the City of Los Angeles over a recent minimum wage hike that specifically targets hotels. The lawsuit, filed today by the two associations in federal ...

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AH&LA Praises Congressional Passage of Brand USA

AH&LA Praises Congressional Passage of Brand USA

The American Hotel & Lodging Association praised both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate for agreeing to reauthorize Brand USA as part of the omnibus spending bill to fund the government. “Consensus and partnership are two words ...

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