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Was money talking when it came to decision to pull the Cuba travel bill?

That's what the blog, Along the Malecon, is asking, noting that House Foreign Affairs committee chair Howard Berman -- who says he supports lifting the travel ban but postponed a vote on the matter -- has accepted campaign dollars from the pro-embargo group, the U.S. Cuba Democracy PAC.

The group has contributed $7,000 to Berman this year, according to Open Secrets.org.

 

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Should anyone be surprised?

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