Why Graco is closing in on Chicago travel restrictions
Chicago is planning to phase out its longstanding Graco travel ban, but a Chicago-based company is shutting down its Chicago-area business.
In an e-mail, the company said it was shutting down the Chicago-only website that lets customers order and pay for flights and hotels.
The Chicago Travel Ban website was the second-most visited website in the city after the Chicago Tribune, and the Chicago Travel Company was the most visited hotel booking site in the world, according to the company.
The Chicago Travel Agency, which helps travelers with their travel needs, was not included in the shutdown, the e-mails said.
The website is still online.
But the company is no longer accepting online reservations.
Chicago’s ban began in 2015 and was implemented in December 2016 to keep out people from Iraq and Iran.
It included all citizens of Iran, Iraq, Syria, Somalia and Yemen.
The ban is still in place, but people from those countries can visit and make purchases from Chicago’s restaurants, shopping centers and other retailers.
The ban is one of the strictest in the country.
It has limited entry for travelers from all 50 states, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam and American Samoa.