IMMIGRATION: Passed and Passed Again

Passed and Passed Again

The bill to restrict immigration which carries a provision excluding all immigrants not eligible to citizenship (that is, Japanese; other Orientals had been previously barred out) was approved by both House and Senate and sent to the President. The provision making the Japanese exclusion clause effective July 1 (which had been altered by the joint conference to March 1, 1925, at the request of the President) was restored at the demand of the House (TIME, May 19). Thus the bill was passed. Congress. Both houses wanted the...

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