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  • The last Cubans to cross freely into the US

    President Barack Obama ended the "wet foot, dry foot" policy Thursday afternoon, effective immediately. Here are a few of the last Cubans to cross freely under "wet foot, dry foot," which allowed Cubans to remain in the United States simply by touching American soil.

President Barack Obama ended the "wet foot, dry foot" policy Thursday afternoon, effective immediately. Here are a few of the last Cubans to cross freely under "wet foot, dry foot," which allowed Cubans to remain in the United States simply by touching American soil. Reporting by: Franco Ordonez / Video By: Brittany Peterson McClatchy
President Barack Obama ended the "wet foot, dry foot" policy Thursday afternoon, effective immediately. Here are a few of the last Cubans to cross freely under "wet foot, dry foot," which allowed Cubans to remain in the United States simply by touching American soil. Reporting by: Franco Ordonez / Video By: Brittany Peterson McClatchy

These were the last Cubans to enter the U.S. as wet foot, dry foot policy ended

January 12, 2017 7:21 PM