-- Sixteen Miami travel agencies specializing in trips to Cuba plan to sue the state today over new regulations of their businesses. A state law that goes into effect Tuesday says Florida businesses selling trips to countries on the State Department's list of nations that sponsor terrorism must post a $250,000 bond to stay in operation. Travel agents say the measure will drive up operating costs and force some businesses to shut down. A spokesman for the Department of Agriculture, which will oversee the regulation, says it's not the state's intention to harm the companies.
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