The travel advisor organization issued a letter to members on October 9 announcing its support of the bill, which is sponsored by Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson, a Texas Democrat, and Jeff Fortenberry, a Republican of Nebraska. Travelers United and Consumer Reports likewise back the measure.

The bill seeks to bar hotels and other short-term rentals from tacking on fees, which can include anything from maid service to fitness center access, that aren’t shown up-front in the advertised room rate.