CONGRESS: The Legislative Week Jan. 4, 1926

The Senate-

¶ Confirmed the nomination of Ogden H. Hammond to be Ambassador to Spain.

¶ Adjourned until Jan. 4.

The House-

¶ Debated the Treasury and Post Office appropriations bill.

¶Adopted a resolution authorizing an investigation into the limitation of production and exportation by which foreign countries artificially inflate the price of rubber, coffee, etc.

¶ Adjourned until Jan. 4.


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