February 13, 2017
Gisela Salomon, U.S. News
Photo Credit: C.M. Guerrero/El Nuevo Herald
MIAMI (AP) — Cuban-American lawmakers from Florida helped shape U.S. relations with the island for years until they found themselves on the outside during a historic thaw in relations.
But they could be getting the upper hand on Cuba policy again under President Donald Trump with a possible return to an earlier, more hard-line U.S. stance toward relations with Cuba's government.
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