Obama Administration Eases Cuban Travel Restrictions
On Wednesday the Obama administration eased domestic relations with Cuba, ending the 50-year freeze that began with the Cuban revolution. Americans can currently travel to Cuba and return with cigars and rum, but exporting them for sale in the U.S. still isn't possible. The federal government is easing restrictions now allowing government officials, performers planning public presentations, humanitarians, emissaries of private foundations, and importers or exporters to visit. All legitimate applications for licenses to travel to Cuba will be approved, according to officials.
By Jordan Moses
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