CONGRESS: The Legislative Week Jan. 14, 1924

The Senate:

¶ Took two votes on the election of a Chairman for the Interstate Commerce Committee, bringing the total number of ballots up to 27 (TIME, Dec. 24, Dec. 31). No break was achieved in the deadlock between Senator Cummins, sponsored by the regular Republicans, Senator Couzens, sponsored by the Republican insurgents, and Senator Smith, sponsored by the Democrats

¶ Passed a resolution for an investigation of the election of Senator Earle B. Mayfield, Democrat, of Texas, by the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections.

¶ Passed a resolution asking the...

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