CONGRESS: The Senate Week Jan. 16, 1928

Work Done. Last week the U. S. senators:

Convened after a fortnight's recess.

Honored the credentials of Bronson Murray Cutting, appointee for the seat of the late Andrieus Aristieus Jones of New Mexico; swore and seated him on the Republican side.

Debated a resolution for amending the constitution to abolish "lame duck" sessions of Congress and presidential tenures; passed it, 65-6; sent it to the House.

Amended and passed a House Bill authorizing 25 millions to buy a triangle of land in the District of Columbia; returned it to the House.

Passed, reconsidered, sent to Committee...

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