THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Feb. 22, 1932

The Senate:

> Debated the La Follette-Costigan bill for $375,000,000 in direct Federal aid for unemployment; added to it another $375,000,000 for State road building.

> Confirmed Ogden Livingston Mills to be Secretary of the Treasury, Arthur Atwood Ballantine to be Undersecretary of the Treasury and Robert Lincoln O'Brien to be chairman of the Federal Tariff Commission.

> Went into secret session to hear anonymous charges against Ira M. Ornburn, nominated to be a member of the Tariff Commission; confirmed (70-to-9).

> Received from Wisconsin's Elaine a bill prohibiting...

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