How did the Obama administration change US policy regarding Cuba?
It eased restrictions on communication, travel, and exports.
It imposed sanctions in response to nuclear testing.
It created programs to help fight violence there.
It intervened in an uprising to aid pro-democracy rebels.
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"In April 2009, Obama, who had received nearly half of the Cuban-American vote in the 2008 presidential election, began implementing a less strict policy towards Cuba. Obama stated that he was open to dialogue with Cuba, but that he would only lift the trade embargo if Cuba underwent political change. In March 2009, Obama signed into law a congressional spending bill which eased some economic sanctions on Cuba and eased travel restrictions on Cuban-Americans (defined as persons with a relative "who is no more than three generations removed from that person")"