AH&LA’s Governmental Affairs Department outlines a set of legislative and regulatory priorities to create a favorable framework for the U.S. hospitality industry to prosper.
Browse our Issues section to discover more about what AH&LA does on your behalf in Washington, D.C. and across the nation.
AH&LA members are often invited to testify before congressional committees on issues of concern to the lodging industry. Click here for an archive of written and video testimony.
Industry Statement on Budget Conference Agreement - December 10
Lodging Industry Applauds House Passage of Patent Bill - December 5
New Obamacare Delay, Added Uncertainty for Hoteliers - November 27
Lodging Industry Praises New York OTC Ruling - November 22
Montana Hotelier Tells Congress About Shutdown Impact - November 21
Congress Urged to Pass Shutdown Protection Bills - November 21
Hoteliers Commend Flake National Parks Bill - November 21
hotelLOBBY helps hoteliers become politically active at the local level, develop new – and identify pre-existing – relationships with Members of Congress, and get involved in the association’s legislative activities. Click here for more information and materials you can use to get involved.
HotelPAC is AH&LA’s voluntary, nonprofit, bipartisan political action committee that exists to help elect qualified individuals who recognize the importance of the lodging industry.
Click here to learn more about HotelPAC.
Contact the AH&LA Governmental Affairs Department in Washington, D.C. at (202) 289-3120 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re here to help you understand Congress and the regulatory world.