Looking at Cuban policy — as Florida’s congressional delegation views it — might suggest a broad consensus on international relations.
Nevertheless, a vote in the House showed greater division among Democrats nationally.
Case in point, Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib offered an amendment this week to an appropriations bill that would have effectively ended economic sanctions on Cuba, at least regarding the importation of U.S. food to the island.
“This would help ease the food shortages in Cuba and help US agricultural producers, including many here in Michigan,” Tlaib tweeted.
The measure went down on
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