THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Mar. 7, 1932

The Senate:

¶Debated a bill by Nebraska's Norris to curb Federal injunctions in labor disputes and outlaw "yellow dog" contracts;— rejected all amendments to soften its stringent provisions.

¶Received from the Pensions Committee a bill to give Mrs. Helen Herron Taft, widow of the 27th President of the U. S., a $5,000 annuity.

¶ Adopted the Conference report on the Glass-Steagall bill; sent it to the House.

¶Received from the Naval Affairs Committee a bill from Maine's Hale to build the U. S. fleet up to maximum,...

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