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America Mulls Future of a Cuba Policy Sans Fidel

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America Mulls Future of a Cuba Policy Sans Fidel

America Mulls Future of a Cuba Policy Sans Fidel

America Mulls Future of a Cuba Policy Sans Fidel

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The reported illness of Cuban President Fidel Castro, who temporarily ceded power to his brother Raul, could make 50 years of policy toward that country obsolete.

Florida's congressional representatives met at the White House on Wednesday to discuss how the nation's policy toward the communist nation might change. Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart (R-FL) talks with Alex Chadwick.