- May 13, 2010
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- Los Angels, USA
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- Slightly Conservative
Lifting the travel restrictions and allowing direct transfers between U.S. and Cuban banks, will most certainly lead to allowing Cuba credit for its purchases, specifically from agricultural states where farms and other agricultural businesses are heavily subsidized by the US tax payer. When the regime defaults on those credits, the responsibility for repayment will fall upon the American tax payer.Dissidents decry US bill to end Cuba travel ban
Dissidents decry US bill to end Cuba travel ban - Yahoo! News
By WILL WEISSERT, Associated Press Writer Will Weissert, Associated Press Writer – Thu Jun 17, 6:46 pm ET
HAVANA – Five days after his release for health reasons, a former Cuban political prisoner added his name to a letter signed by nearly 500 opposition activists decrying proposed legislation that would lift the U.S. travel ban to their country.
The letter, e-mailed to foreign reporters in Havana on Thursday, took the opposite approach of a statement last week supporting the same bill and signed by 74 dissidents, many with international notoriety — including Cuba's top blogger Yoani Sanchez, and Elizardo Sanchez, who is not related to Yoani but heads the island's top human rights group.