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Cuban-Americans Mixed On President Obama’s Latest Cuba Policy Change | NBC News

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Cuban-Americans in Miami respond to the latest policy change regarding Cuba, which removes the “wet-foot, dry-foot,” policy allowing Cubans who make it ashore without a visa to stay in the U.S.
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Cuban-Americans Mixed On President Obama’s Latest Cuba Policy Change | NBC News

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