CONGRESS: The Senate Week Jul. 14, 1930

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

¶ Passed a bill amending the law on native U. S. women married to aliens so that 1) residence abroad does not forfeit their citizenship. 2) repatriation is easily accomplished, 3) all may enter the U. S. irrespective of their citizenship status or the immigration quota. The bill went to the President.

¶ Passed (56 to 11) the World War Veterans' Relief Bill; sent it to conference, afterward to the President (see p. 17).

¶. Passed the $15,051,880 Army Housing Construction Bill; sent...

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