CONGRESS: The House Week Dec. 26, 1927

Work Done. The U. S. Representatives :

¶ Appointed committees, with Republicans in control.

¶ Altered the Revenue Act of 1928; passed it 365 to 24; sent it to the Senate.

¶ Received back from the Senate the Deficiency Bill; disapproved a change made by the Senate; sent the bill to joint conference; approved conferees' change; sent the bill to the Senate again.

¶ Debated the Alien Property Bill.

Tax-Cutting. Secretary of the Treasury Mellon had said that the people's taxes could be cut only $225,000,000 with safety in the next two years. The Ways...

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