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In the second session of the 107th Congress, a bipartisan group of 40 House Members formed a Cuba Working Group, with the overarching goal of shifting U.S.
Members of the Cuba Working Group say yes, and plan to reintroduce a bill overturning the travel ban this spring.
Delahunt, who co-chairs the House Cuba Working Group with Flake, predicted that one way or the other, Congress will pass legislation in 2007 to ease restrictions on family travel and financial transfers to Cuba.
If Democrats wrest control of the House from the GOP, some of the biggest winners would be members of the Cuba Working Group, a bipartisan group of House and Senate members that aims to relax Cuba policy (see box below).
It's expected to try again, led by a group of members in the House who have formed the Cuba Working Group and a number of key farm state senators like Sen.
People in the Cuba Working Group are strategizing on how best to approach this."
Bill Delahunt--a Massachusetts Democrat about as liberal as Flake is conservative--to form the House Cuba Working Group. Today, this group consists of 50 lawmakers--half Democrat, half Republican--dedicated to ending the travel ban and normalizing U.S.-Cuban diplomatic and trade relations.
Before DeLay's move, Rangel, Flake and other members of the House Cuba Working Group who backed the legislation were given a boost by the endorsement of some of the nation's largest and most powerful business.
Rangel's colleagues in the Cuba Working Group are likely to have better luck.
Jeff Flake (R-AZ), co-chairman of the House Cuba Working Group. He announced the birth of ATRIP at a Jun.
--House Cuba Working Group, in a statement signed Apr.
Both men went on to become respected members of Congress, and today, Delahunt (D-MA) and Flake (R-AZ) co-chair the House of Representatives' 50-member Cuba Working Group. Their objective: to change U.S.