Opponents of Miami-Dade’s controversial ordinance that bars the countyfrom contracting with companies that do business in Cuba may now havethe ammunition to bring it down.

A federal appeals court in Boston last month tossed a similar lawpassed by the Massachusetts Legislature, which sought to bar stateagencies from contracting with companies that traded with Myanmar, theSoutheast Asian nation formerly known as Burma.

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