White House Cracks Down on Travel to Cuba The Bush administration begins to phase out a popular educational program that lets Americans without relatives in Cuba visit the island. The administration says the "people-to-people" tours licensed by the Treasury Department have become a guise for regular tourism to Cuba, and a means to fund Fidel Castro's regime. NPR's Phillip Davis reports.
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White House Cracks Down on Travel to Cuba

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White House Cracks Down on Travel to Cuba

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The Bush administration begins to phase out a popular educational program that lets Americans without relatives in Cuba visit the island. The administration says the "people-to-people" tours licensed by the Treasury Department have become a guise for regular tourism to Cuba, and a means to fund Fidel Castro's regime. NPR's Phillip Davis reports.