THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Jan. 25, 1932

The Senate:

¶ Adopted a resolution authorizing the expenditure of $450.000 for the expenses of the U. S. delegation to the General Disarmament Conference at Geneva; sent it to the House.

¶ Passed a bill increasing the capitalization of Federal Land Banks by $125,000,000, of which an amendment earmarked $25,000.000 to cover delinquent farm mortgages; sent it to the House for concurrence.

¶ Adopted a resolution by Michigan's Couzens to investigate advertising by radio.

¶ Received a report from the committee on Agriculture and Forestry recommending an investigation of Farm Board activities.

¶ Adopted...

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