THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Jan. 30, 1933

The Senate:

¶ Passed (66-to-26) over a veto a bill granting independence to the Philippine Islands (see col. 3).

¶ Read a motion by Arkansas' Robinson to invoke cloture in debate on the Glass banking bill (see col. 2). ¶ Adopted (52-to-17) an amendment to the Glass banking bill limiting national branch banking to States which permit State branch banking. ¶ Heard Indiana's Robinson call France "a thorough ingrate." ¶ Passed a bill giving 350,000 bales of Farm Board cotton to the Red Cross. ¶ Passed without debate a...

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