Cubans Anxious For U.S. Policy Changes
Cubans are anxious for President Biden to make good on a campaign promise of re-examining Trump administration policies.
As a candidate, Joe Biden said it's time for the U.S. to reexamine tougher measures the Trump administration put in place on Cuba. Now that he's settled into his first term, many in the island nation are anxiously waiting on that to happen.
Newsy's Willie James Inman contributed to this report.
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