National Affairs: The Third Veto

The President wrote his third veto. His first—of the Bursum Pension Bill —has been sustained by the Senate. His second—of the Bonus Bill—was overridden by Congress. His third—of the Postal Salary Increase Bill—was made so late that the Senate did not have time to consider it and the House did not receive it at all. His third veto, like his first two, was an "economy veto," for the purpose of keeping down Government expenditures. Besides providing increases in postal salaries, the Bill (TIME, June 9) carried a rider for publicity of campaign contributions...

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