CONGRESS: The House Week Feb. 13, 1928

Last week the U. S. Representatives:

¶ Debated a bill to appropriate some 400 millions to maintain the Army, including provisions for better barracks, bigger meals.

¶ Passed an amendment to the anti-trust laws, to permit "interlocking" directorates among banks associated with the Federal Reserve system.

¶Terminated committee hearings on Mississippi flood control. (The hearings began in early December. No measure was yet agreed upon.)


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