Traveler Challenges U.S. Policy on Cuba Spending,
07/21/2009 9:08 AM
07/21/2009 9:11 AM
A New York man says the federal government unconstitutionally fined him $9,000 for refusing to fill out a form stating whether he had spent money in Cuba. Zachary Sanders claims the policy forces travelers to incriminate themselves. The Bush administration rejected his appeal and increased his fine on its last day in office.
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