S. 299/HR 664 The Freedom to Travel to Cuba Act

S. 299/H.R. 664 The Freedom to Travel to Cuba bill would allow Americans to travel to the one country they are currently not allowed to travel to: Cuba. 

We pride ourselves in having basic freedoms across the world and travel is one of them. Our policy should be updated to allow Americans freely. 

81 percent of Americans support allowing all Americans to travel to Cuba including 71 percent of Republicans and 90 percent of Democrats, according to a CBS News poll.

S. 299/H.R. 664 The Freedom to Travel to Cuba bill is an important piece of legislation to the agriculture sector. 

Cuba imports some 60 to 70 percent of its food, costing the cash-strapped government some $2 billion a year. As Cuba moves to become the most popular tourist destination for Americans and other countries, our agriculture and food producers will want to play a role in supporting the island.

S. 299/H.R. 664 The Freedom to Travel to Cuba bill is an important piece of legislation to the manufacturing sector.

U.S. manufacturers produce components necessary to facilitate every part of travel. As the demand by American travelers increases, U.S. manufacturers will be part of infrastructure upgrades, producing and fortifying cars, planes, and ferries that are all expected to see increased demand as a result of new engagement in the Cuban market.