Four years ago, President Obama announced the most significant changes in U.S.-Cuba policy in more than 50 years. Despite President Trump’s efforts to undo Obama-era engagement policies, the comparative progress is undeniable. [Photo: Getty Images]
On Thursday, Sep. 6, the House Foreign Affairs Committee's Western Hemisphere Subcommittee held a hearing on U.S.-Cuba policy. Witnesses from State Department Bureaus of Western Hemisphere, Diplomatic Security, & Medical Services; the Health Incident Task Force; and GAO testified before the subcommittee.
Today, a bipartisan group of over 60 agriculture associations, businesses, and elected officials across 17 states urged leadership of the House and Senate Committees on Agriculture to include a provision in the 2018 farm bill that the Congressional Budget Office determined would save $690 million over 10 years.