CONGRESS: The Legislative Week Mar. 29, 1926

The Senate—

Debated the Gooding "long and short haul" railroad bill.

Passed a bill to equalize the taxes collected from National banks and State banks by states having income tax laws. (Bill went to the House.)

Adopted a resolution of condolence with the President on the death of his father, and adjourned for a day as mark of respect.

Rejected without discussion or record vote the nomination of Wallace McCamant of Oregon (who nominated Calvin Coolidge for Vice President in 1920) to be a Federal Circuit Judge.

Passed independent offices appropriation bill. (Bill went to conference.)


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