THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Mar. 14, 1932

The Senate:

¶Passed (75-10-5) a bill making illegal labor contracts which prohibit an employe from joining a union and specifying that Federal courts must hold public hearings before issuing injunctions in labor disputes; sent it to the House.

¶Passed a bill providing that defendants may waive Federal grand jury indictment.

¶Adopted a resolution to investigate all stock exchanges (see p. 30).

¶Received a bill from New York's Wagner which would make retirement insurance, shared equally by employe and employer, compulsory on U. S. railroads....

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