CONGRESS: The House Week Apr. 14, 1930

Work Done. The House of Representatives last week:

¶ Adopted a resolution for a commission to study methods of ''equalizing the burdens of war, removing the profits."

¶ Adopted (221 to 153) a resolution sending the Tariff Bill to conference with the Senate, with a "gentleman's agreement" to vote on special items in controversy later.

¶ Passed a bill creating a textile foundation to use a $2,000,000 war surplus fund for scientific research.


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