Humanitarian shipments, frozen chicken parts, chocolate bars, empty beer kegs from the U.S. Naval Station at Guantánamo Bay, medicine, even a traveling Bible exhibit.
These items and more have flowed through the state’s ports and airports headed to or returning from Cuba even though Gov. Rick Scott doesn’t think any Florida port should be doing business with the “Cuban dictatorship.”
American developers started dreaming about Cuba’s 2,300 miles of undeveloped coastline and its expansive beaches the moment President Barack Obama announced plans to normalize relations in December.
But a lot must happen before those dreams can become reality.
The question: With the news that President Obama has removed Cuba from the list of state sponsors of terrorism, how do you think increased trade with the island will affect Miami?