THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Jun. 12, 1933

The House:

¶ Passed a Senate bill providing for a Federal railroad coordinator, repeal of the recapture clause, a new rate-making basis and I. C. C. control of holding com—panies; sent it to conference. ¶ Adopted (177-10-54) a resolution to investigate the Civil Service Commission's apportionment of jobs on the basis of State populations, as required by law. ¶ Passed a Senate bill creating a Federal Employment Service with an office in every State and appropriating $17,500,000 for its operation over five years; sent it to conference.

¶ Passed a bill by Oklahoma's...

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