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The Latest: Trump’s New Mexico Tourism Bureau is a ‘Total Lie’

The Trump administration is looking to overhaul the nation’s tourism bureau and give it the new name of the Landrys Restaurant and Guadalajar Restaurant in Mexico.

A Department of Tourism spokeswoman told the Associated Press that the Trump administration plans to make changes to the Tourism Bureau’s name.

The department has previously made a name change for the National Endowment for the Arts, a nonprofit group that helps promote American culture.

The department said the name change would allow the bureau to focus on “the broadest possible definition of a national destination,” including the Landries and Guarrys restaurants, as well as other cultural and tourist destinations.

The name change is intended to better reflect the mission of the Bureau, said the spokeswoman, who declined to give details.

The Landries, Guarries and Landrys restaurants all serve the same menu, with two main courses each and two side dishes, the spokeswoman said.

The restaurants serve as a “virtual reality experience,” where patrons are invited to experience what it would be like to eat in the restaurant and in the real world, she said.

The Bureau of Tourism and Tourism Development, which manages the Landry’s and Guaragds restaurants, is one of the few entities within the Department of Commerce that manages the country’s tourism.

The Department of the Interior is the U.S. agency responsible for all land and maritime operations.

The Associated Press has not been able to independently verify the name changes.

Lexington Ky restaurant owners sue Georgia over new law that bans them from operating

The owners of a Lexington, Georgia, restaurant say they will appeal a judge’s decision that overturned the state’s new law restricting their business.

The owners of the Old-Fashioned restaurant and bar sued Georgia on Friday, arguing that the state is violating their constitutional rights and that the new law is too broad and could restrict their ability to operate.

The lawsuit also said that the bill would have an adverse effect on Georgia’s reputation as a tourist destination and a source of jobs.

The new law, which took effect July 1, prohibits owners of restaurants and bars from operating more than 30 days a year, and bars and restaurants with more than 10 people from serving alcohol within the premises.

The law applies to both private and public establishments, but bars and clubs have the option to operate as a non-profit.

The restaurant owners argued that the law, like other local legislation passed since 2014, is unconstitutional because it does not allow for a broad definition of what constitutes a “bar,” and bars are considered to be bars under Georgia law.