- Cuban Colada: The
law that required charter companies that fly to Florida to post bond of up to $250,000 has run its course. It was declared unconstitutional two months ago, and now the state of Cuba has paid $364,000 in legal expenses to the charter companies. The law was sponsored by state Representative David Rivera, likely GOP candidate for the seat being vacated by Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart. The judge got a little cheeky in his decision, saying that “ Florida is not entitled to adopt a foreign policy under our Constitution.” Florida
- AP: Dania Virgen Garcia was released from jail pending appeal of her sentence. More on her case at Cuban Colada.
- The New York Times’ obit of Cuban-born percussionist Francisco Aguabella.
- Along the Malecon: As of November, a Danish company will be renting Harley Davidsons in
- AFP: Spanish film director Pedro Almodovar and others introduce a “Platform for Spaniards for the Democratization of Cuba.”