Minnesota Farmers Fear Stricter Cuba Trade Rules

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Minnesota farmers worry that heightened tensions between the Bush administration and Cuba will result in tighter restrictions on trade with the island. The state's farmers have been selling agricultural products to Cuba since restrictions on the embargo were eased in 2001. Rob Schmitz of Minnesota Public Radio reports.



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