Obama To Loosen Restrictions On Travel To Cuba

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White House officials have indicated President Obama will announce policy changes that would allow Cuban-Americans to send unlimited money back to family members, and travel freely to the island.

Also, Congress is debating bills that would allow all Americans to go to Cuba.


Katrin Hansing, associate director of the Cuban Research Institute at Florida International University

Otto Reich, assistant secretary of state for Western hemisphere affairs under President George W. Bush, ambassador to Venezuela under President Regan

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