Bill Pushes $100 Mil. in Tourism Ads

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WASHINGTON — Reflecting concern over the economy, a new bill was introduced last week in Congress that calls for the federal government to spend $100 million on advertising to promote travel and tourism.

Under the bill, sponsored by Rep. Mark Foley, R-Fla., the money would be used for a matching-grant program.

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