President Barack Obama might change rules that would allow more Americans to visit Cuba for educational and cultural purposes, an official said. The move would allow the president to ease travel restrictions to the island nation without Congress repealing a wider travel ban. "Lifting the congressional travel ban was always going to be difficult," said Christopher Sabatini, policy director of the Council of the Americas business group. "This is an effort to move the policy forward in some way, but in a way that will be much more palatable to the embargo's supporters."
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