THE CONGRESS: Legislative Week: Jun. 14, 1926

The Senate—

¶Refused to apply cloture to end debate on a bill for creating migratory bird refuges. The vote was for cloture, 46 against 33, failing seven votes of the necessary two-thirds.

¶ Passed a bill to erect near tha Treasury a statue to Albert Gallatin, Secretary of the Treasury under Jefferson and Madison, Minister to France and to Great Britain. (Bill went to the House.)

¶Appropriated $10,000 for use of the committee investigating campaign expenditures in this year's congressional elections.

¶ Adopted a resolution directing the Federal Trade Commission to investigate increased prices for gasoline...

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