CONGRESS: The Senate Week Jun. 3, 1929

Work Done. The Senate of the U. S. last week: ¶ Debated legislation to take the 1930 census and to reapportion the House of Representatives; adopted (42 to 37) an amendment to put 100,000 temporary census employes under Civil Service. ¶ Barred press association newsgatherers from the Senate floor as part of its controversy with the press on secret sessions.

¶Confirmed Archibald K. Gardner as Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eighth District.


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