People wait for their baggage in the terminal at Boston Logan International Airport in Boston.
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A new Senate subcomittee on travel and tourism held its first hearing on Tuesday, and called for the U.S. government to enact specific steps to kickstart U.S. tourism after a devastating 2020.
Lawmakers were eager to know when international inbound restrictions that have hit tourism-dependent states like Florida, Nevada and Washington would be lifted, and pushed for a pathway for cruise lines to resume sailing, among other steps.
“There is a hesitancy to create a roadmap to reopen international travel,” said Tori Barnes, executive vice president of the U.S….