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He brought along the Illinois Cuba Working Group to push for more of his state's exports to Cuba.
Cuba Sister Cities Association, the Cuba Working Group, the National Network on Cuba and the Center for Constitutional Rights.
The House companion (bill number not available at press time) was introduced today by Representative Flake (R-AZ), all of the other 49 members of the equally bipartisan House Cuba Working Group, plus five additional members.
With the failure earlier in May of farm-state lawmakers to legalize private commercial credit for Cuba (see NotiCen, 2002-05-16), the newly formed Cuba Working Group called for an end to the embargo.
Their press conference - with members of the Cuba Working Group and Cuban American leaders - takes place April 2.
Enzi (R-WY) and the equally bipartisan Senate Cuba Working Group.
The delegation is part of the bipartisan Cuba Working Group that seeks to normalize relations with Cuba by ending Cold War-era sanctions imposed by Washington four decades ago.
Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (CT-3), who visited Cuba in 2007, is a member of the House Democratic Leadership and a founding Member of the Cuba Working Group.