CONGRESS: The Legislative Week Mar. 8, 1926

The Senate

Passed in its final form the tax reduction bill by vote of 61 to 10. (Bill went to the President.)

Rejected the report of the Judiciary Committee criticising the Department of Justice for laxness in investigating the Aluminum Co. of America, a report that was planned as the opening wedge of an attack on Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon, by vote of 36 to 33.

Passed a bill authorizing certain officers and privates to accept decorations from foreign...

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