Tag Archive: Harold Mayerson

Regan v. Wald – International – CCR Docket 1984 – 1985

The freedom of Americans to travel was dealt a heavy blow by the United States Supreme Court in Regan v. Wald. On June 28, 1984, in a 5-to^ decision, the court upheld the Reagan Administration’s restrictions on travel to Cuba….
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In the Matter of Marazul Tours, Inc. – International – CCR Docket 1984-1985

On June 28, 1984 the United States Supreme Court, in a 5-to4, decision sustained regulations of the Treasury Department which effectively barred most travel to Cuba through the device of preventing U.S. citizens from expending any funds for such purpose…
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Nation v. Haig – International – CCR Docket 1982-1983

In May 1981, the Reagan Administration instituted an em­bargo on publications of Cuban origin arriving in this country. Subcribers to Granrna or any other Cuban periodical could no longer receive even a single copy of such a publication without first securing an import…
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Wald v. Regan – International – CCR Docket 1982-1983

On April 20, 1982, the Treasury Department issued a new regulation under the aegis of the Trading with the Enemy Act to prevent travel lo Cuba by prohibiting travel-related financial transactions. Under the new regulation, the only person s permitted to…
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Ingram v. Local 28 – Labor – CCR Docket 1978-1979

In 1966, Robert Ingram, a Black teenager, took and passed a written examination which qualified him to enter the Apprenticeship Program of the Sheet Metal Workers’ International Association. The Union promptly declared the test invalid, and Ingram was forced to…
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