CONGRESS: The Senate Week Jun. 17, 1929

Work Done. The Senate of the U. S. last week:

¶ Passed the Borah bill to license wholesalers of perishable farm products.

¶ Adopted (64 to 9) for the fifth time in six years a resolution to amend the Constitution eliminating short sessions of Congress.

¶ Passed a bill authorizing the Treasury to borrow on new short term bills (see p. 14).

¶ Debated National Origins and the conference report on the Farm Relief Bill striking out the debenture plan.

¶ Confirmed the nominations of John Lord O'Brian as first assistant to the Attorney...

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