Congress Seeks to Ease Cuban Restrictions

Members of Congress are again hoping to chip away at the decades-old embargo against Cuba. In recent months, the Bush administration has shown it wants to tighten restrictions on travel to the island as it stems the flow of U.S. currency there. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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