New regulations ease U.S.-Cuba travel limits

Restrictions on U.S. travel to Cuba are loosening, thanks to some

recent changes by the Treasury and Commerce departments. 

The GAO, U.S. Government

Accountability Office, released a report last week that details the new

regulations. They include authorizing family travel under a general license

rather than a specific license. The report notes that the President can

authorize travel under a general license for non-family travelers, such as

freelance journalists, professional researchers and full-time students. See full report

If you believe in giving all

Americans the freedom to travel to Cuba, we encourage you to sign our petition urging lawmakers to end

the 50-year-old travel ban.

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