Mario Romero says a slowdown in his business, a Hialeah travel agency that books trips to Cuba, is the result of a shift in regulations on this side of the Straits of Florida. A state law passed this summer requires agencies like his to post bonds of as much as $250,000. The state would use the money to open investigations of companies suspected of skirting the rules governing travel to Cuba.
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