CONGRESS: The House Week May 5, 1930

Work Done. The House of Representatives last week:

¶ Passed the Reed Bill, extending the time in which the Government shall cooperate with states in vocational rehabilitation.

¶ Passed a bill affecting the presumptive period used in calculating World War veterans' compensation.

¶ Passed bills proposed by New York's Senator Wagner: 1) to create a Federal unemployment stabilization board; 2) to create a statistical bureau on unemployment in the Department of Labor.

¶ Passed the Watres Air Mail Bill.


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