THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Jan. 22, 1934

The Senate:

Passed and repassed the liquor tax bill (see below), sent it to the President. C Passed without a record vote a bill by California's Johnson making it a Federal offense to promote or sell future security issues of countries defaulting on War debt payments, later moved to reconsider it.

¶Received from New York's Copeland 14 anti-racketeering bills providing Federal supervision of the firearms business, amending the Federal antikidnapping law so that a kidnapee missing three days is automatically presumed to have been abducted across a state line, permitting husbands...

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