Hunger striker's goal may be met

January 18, 2006

Miami Herald- Oscar Corral

The tent on Southwest Eighth Street where Ramón Saúl Sánchez is publicly starving himself to get the government to do what he asks is well-versed in the architecture of drama. On Tuesday, the White House entered the picture.

White House spokesman Blair Jones told The Miami Herald Tuesday night that the Bush administration has agreed to meet with exile leaders to discuss the 'wet-foot, dry-foot' policy -- the most controversial aspect of U.S. immigration policy toward Cuba.


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