CONGRESS: The Senate Week Jun. 23, 1930

Work Done. The Senate of the U. S. last week:

¶ Adopted (44 to 42) the conference report on the Hawley-Smoot Tariff Bill (see p. 17).

¶ Passed a bill creating a Colonial National Monument comprised of lands yet to be determined, but including parts of Yorktown Battlefield and lands & buildings in and around Williamsburg, Va. ¶ Passed the bill directing the Secretary of the Interior to investigate and report on the advisability of creating an upper Mississippi National Park.

¶ Passed a bill granting free postal service to Helen H. Taft, relict...

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