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November 13, 2003 

U.S. Ban on Cuba Travel to Remain

Despite both houses of Congress passing measures to lift the ban on travel to Cuba in the past few months, the provision to lift the travel ban was removed by Congressional negotiators from the final version of the Transportation and Treasury Departments Approprirations Bill. The measure was removed after the White House signalled that the President would veto the bill if the Cuba travel ban remained in the final bill.



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