Cuban Cigars About To Become Legal Again

President John F. Kennedy first made Cuban cigars illegal in the U.S. as part of a broad embargo in 1962 — though not before ordering 1,000 of them for himself. There was a time when the relative few Americans authorized to travel to Cuba could bring back $100 worth of cigars, though that loophole had lately been closed.

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