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POLITICO: The Democrats' risky Cuba bet

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Wednesday, 17 December 2014 19:41

(Miami, Florida) PT Law Senior Policy Advisor Andy Gomez was quoted in POLITICO this week on the potential impact on US electoral politics of President Barack Obama's decision to pursue a new approach for US-Cuba relations. The "2000 (Elian Gonzalez) raid was also a turning point ... [w]e’ve come to terms that this has been going on for 55 years and there have never been major changes,” he said. “I would say Elian Gonzalez was a real turning point in people starting to question how effective American policy is.” You can read the entire POLITICO story here.

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