Washington Week

Renewed Relations with Cuba and Immigration & 2016

01/16/2015 | 8m 55s

On the Webcast Extra, NPR’s Tom Gjelten details what the new Cuba regulations mean for the individual traveler. Robert Costa of The Washington Post explains how the GOP is using immigration as a strategy for 2016 and what to watch with potential Democratic candidates. Joan Biskupic of Reuters delves deeper into the Supreme Court and same-sex marriage.

Aired: 01/16/15

Rating: NR

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