Postal Pay

Like the Deficiency, the Naval Appropriation, and the Muscle Shoals Bills, the bill to increase the salaries of postal employes is left over from the last session of Congress. Whereas the first three remained over owing to the failure of Congress to function, the Postal Pay Bill remained as the result of a late Presidential veto (TIME, June 16).

The President vetoed the bill, saying that it would entail extra expenditures of $68,000,000 for the Post Office. One of his chief objections to it was that it...

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