Obama Opens US Travel to Cuba

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Cuba will be a major topic at this week's Summit of the Americas, when President Obama meets Latin American leaders in Trinidad. Yesterday, Obama reversed past policy and removed all restrictions on Cuban-Americans to travel home or send money to relatives. But yesterday's move is a long way from lifting the 47-year old embargo on trade. Tim Padgett, Miami and Latin American Bureau Chief for Time magazine, considers the likely impact in Cuba and the political implications in Florida.




Warren Olney