On Monday, the Obama Administration announced that it would allow Cuban Americans unlimited travel to Cuba, as well as permit unlimited transfers of money to Cuban family members on the island. The administration kept the trade embargo in effect, "arguing that that policy provides leverage to pressure the regime to free all political prisoners as one step toward normalized relations with the U.S.," according to the AP.
Does Obama's relaxation of the Cuba Embargo go far enough?
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