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As the reality sets in that new passport restrictions are seriously inconveniencing travelers this summer, the Bush Administration has temporarily suspended those restrictions. The suspension will last until the end of September and allows Americans to fly to and from Mexico, Canada, and the Caribbean without a passport.

It seems the state department is struggling under the strain of passport applications as travelers have been seeking passports at the last minute for the summer vacations.

I, for one, was planning a trip to Canada and am glad to see the restrictions lifted.


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