The U.S. Travel Association has released a report indicating that government meetings and events injected $24.4 billion into the U.S. economy in 2011. In addition, the survey found that recent efforts to reduce travel spending in the government and cancellations of several major events have resulted in significant costs. The report came in the wake of new legislation introduced in Congress that seeks additional curbs for spending on government events.

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