President Barack Obama takes his economic message to Walt Disney World Thursday, unveiling a plan to make it easier for travelers to get tourist visas, especially those from China and Brazil, emerging economies with a growing middle class.
The government's Bureau of Economic Analysis estimates that for every 65 additional tourists visiting the U.S., one new job is created. The Commerce Department says international travel is worth $134 billion, with Chinese and Brazilian tourists spending an average of $5,000 to $6,000 per trip.
So Mr. Obama will sign an executive order directing the State Department and Homeland Security Department to make sure that 80 percent of non-immigrant visa applicants are interviewed within three weeks of their application.
Watch Bill Plante's full report above.